The King’s Avatar Season 2 is a Chinese animated series based on Hu Die Lan’s novel of the same name. The series is produced by Colored Pencil Animation and directed by Shi Yiyue.
The series follows the story of Ye Xiu, a former professional gamer who is forced to retire after being fired from the team. Later, he formed a new team called Happy with his friends. From servers where 10 teams compete in the Challenger League, this is the first step towards Glory Pro League qualifiers.
The King’s Avatar Season 2 & 3 Faces Production Delays
The King’s Avatar Season 2 was postponed for a few reasons. First, the production animation studio was working on other projects at the time, such as the prequel film Quan Zhi Gao Shou: For the Glory. Secondly, the pandemic has caused delays in the production process. Lastly, the studio wants to make sure that the quality of the animation meets their standards.
As of July 2023, there is still no official news about the release date of The King’s Avatar Season 2. However, there are some rumors and speculation.
In August 2021, Tencent Animation, the studio that produced The King’s Avatar, announced that they were working on a third season, leading to speculation that season 2 might debut first. To further stir up the excitement for season 3, however, there has been no official confirmation of this.
Ultimately, there’s no way to know exactly when The King’s Avatar Season 2 will release. However, the fact that Tencent Animation is working on a third season is a good sign and it’s likely that a second season will be released in the near future.
Some fans believe season 2 will be released in 2023. This is based on the fact that Tencent Animation has announced that they are working on Season 3 in August 2021, and there is a possibility that Season 2 will be released first to build on the hype for Season 3.
Other fans believe season 2 will release in 2024, based on the fact that no official release date has been announced yet. And it’s possible that season 2 production is taking longer than expected.