The Japanese videogame Princess Connect! Re: Dive Season 2 anime trailer released during the event has confirmed that the show is in production. Princess Connect was also announced!
According to anime news leakers ‘ claims, the series was eventually revealed to be the source of a leak. April 2021 would be the release date for season 2. Since that did not happen, what is truly going on? Princess Connect isn’t surprising at all! The production of The Princess Connect! Dive 2 has been approved. The Princess Connect! Dive is the Blu-Ray set of Dive Volume 1 of the first season sold 28,518 disc copies in the first week. The first week of Volume 2 sold 21,545 copies, it was announced in September 2020. Here we will discuss the series The princess Connect! Re: Dive Season 2.
Origin of The Princess Connect! Re: Dive Season 2
The Japanese videogame Princess Connect! Re: Dive Season 2 has played a part in this phenomenal success! In-game bonuses lead to the game players purchasing the discs. During the first six months of 2020, Cygames generated $82 million in revenue from this game, placing just behind Fate/Grand Order ($249 million) and Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle ($100 million).
Yet, even if this was an anime based on a gacha game, this level of BD sales is off the charts. As a comparison, we can look at other popular 2020 anime that was renewed for a sequel. Similarly, Magic Record is based on a game and it sold 7,974 copies in the first week. There were 5,111 sales of My Next Life as a Villainess. In the second season, Fruits Basket sold 1,618 copies of Haikyuu! A total of 4,843 copies were sold. As part of the Uma Musume: Pretty Derby Season 2 release, Cygames Pictures worked with Studio Kai, which also achieved astounding success in the Blu-ray market.
Nobuhiro Takenaka, director of Cygames Pictures in May 2021, said that anime has become an increasingly important part of Cygames, which is more focused on iPhone/Android games like Granblue Fantasy, and the Princess Connect! Re: Dive game itself.
Princess Connect! Re: Dive Season 2 the anime voice cast and staff have been announced
This is the following the Princess Connect! Re: Dive Season 2 anime cast which has been announced recently.
- M.A.O. in the role of Pecorine
- Miku Ito in the role of Kokkoro
- The role of Kyaru has been played by Rika Tachibana
- Atsushi Abe plays Yuuki
- Takahashi Rie as Amesu
- Mitsuki Sawashiro in the role of Rabirista
- Karin is played by Aya Suzaki
- Mimi portrayed by Rina Hidaka
- Sumire Morohoshi in Misogi
- Yui Ogura in his role as Kyoka
- Saren is played by Yui Horie
- Suzume portrayed by Aoi Yuuki
- Nanaka as Haruka Yoshimura
- The character of Mitsuki played by Kotono Mitsuishi
- The character of Shinobu is portrayed by Yuka Otsubo
- The role of Kana Hanazawa in Aoi
- Misato portrayed by Mariko Kouda
- Hatsune Assumed by Ayaka Ohashi
In the Series Princess Connect! Re: Dive Season 2 M.A.O. (Pecorino), Miku Itou (Kokoro), and Rika Tachibana (Kyaru) sang “Lost Princess” for the opening Theme Song. Songs liked “Sore demo Tomo ni Aruiteiku” and “Connecting Happy” were played at the end (ED).”
Princess Connect! Re: Dive Season 2 Release Date
Princess Connect! Re: Diva Season 2 has not yet been approved by Cygames Pictures or any of the companies involved with the production of the show Re: Dive is not yet set to release Season 2 regarding its release date. Priconne will be followed by a sequel, it has been announced. We will update this article with the latest information when the news is confirmed.
You can speculate about when Princess Connect will arrive in the meantime. The premiere date for the second season of Re: Dive is yet to confirm. It has been rumored that Cygames Pictures began early production of Priconne Season 2 back in May 2020, when the first season aired. After the first official announcement of the second season, Sakuga Blog’s kViN mentioned they had already been working on it for some time. According to anime news leaker Ranobe Sugoi, TV anime Princess Connect! Dive Season 2 likely begins in 2021.”
Cygames Pictures would likely have been affected by the SARS-COV-2 coronavirus pandemic in the same way the anime industry was by COVID-19 in Spring 2020. A few anime TV series and movies were pushed back to 2021 as a result of multiple outbreaks of the deadly virus.