No Game No Life is a classic anime series that fans around the world remember fondly, but has a release date for season 2 been officially announced?

Fans are used to long breaks between seasons of their favourite anime, but at what stage do fans start to lose hope that the series may never return?

It’s been over six years since the first season of No Game No Life concluded, so what are the chances that the anime could make a shock return?

Will there be a No Game No Life season 2?

At the time of writing, No Game No Life has not been renewed for a second season by Madhouse.

Whilst the first season of the anime adaptation of No Game No Life was incredibly popular with fans around the world, it remains unclear whether the anime will ever return for season 2.

On one hand, there are still six volumes of the original series left to be adapted by the anime and with its recent release on Netflix, this is the optimal time to produce a second season.

However, it’s now been six years since the final episode of No Game No Life aired and three years since the No Game No Life: Zero movie premiered, with any indication that the series would return.

We will update this article when any new information on the future of No Game No Life is officially announced.

No Game No Life season 2 release date…

  • With No Game No Life yet to be renewed, an official release date for season 2 of the anime remains unknown.

Production on a second season of No Game No Life, if the series is renewed, depends on when the green light is given and how much resources are thrown their way.

Whilst there may be enough source material to adapt into a second season, the series may not be a high priority from a production standpoint, i.e. there are more valuable series that Madhouse can work on.

If No Game No Life is renewed by Madhouse before the end of 2020, fans could expect season 2 to premiere in late-2021. However, there is a chance that Netflix could kickstart production on a second season, which would bring forward this estimated release time by at least a few months.

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