Arifureta Season 3 Release Date, Trailer, and News

Arifureta Season 3 Release Date, Trailer, and News

Great news for fans of “From Commonplace to World’s Strongest” (also known as Arifureta). A third season of the anime has been confirmed!

While the anime’s first season received harsh criticism, the second season turned things around. Thanks to the efforts of director Iwanaga Akira, the show’s popularity soared.


The story follows typical isekai themes involving heroes and demons. However, it twists the genre by focusing on a hero who starts less powerful and is abandoned in a dungeon. Determined to return to his original world, he undergoes intense training and growth.

So, get ready for more adventures in this exciting anime series!


Arifureta Season 3 Release Date

The good news is that a third season of Arifureta has been officially confirmed! They shared this exciting news on the anime’s Twitter page in September 2022, complete with a visual animation.

As for when we can expect to watch it, we’re looking at a likely release in early 2024, possibly around April. But remember, this is just an estimate, and we’ll provide a countdown or more details once we have them.

The production studio behind the anime will be Asread (known for Mirai Nikki). Unlike the first two seasons, they won’t be teaming up with other studios.


The best part?

The cast from the second season will be returning for this third installment. Kuwahara Yuuki, who voices Yue, expressed happiness about reprising her role for the next season. So, fans can look forward to seeing their favorite characters again!


Arifureta Season 3 Trailer

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The teaser trailer above is a quick recap of the anime’s second season, reminding us of what happened. It also gives us a glimpse of where the story is headed next, the Haltina Labyrinth.

In addition, it shows us the Hauria tribe, which Shea is a part of after Hajime (the main character) made some changes or improvements to them.


What to Expect From Arifureta Season 3

Directed by Jun Kamiya and written by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, Arifureta first came out on July 8, 2019. Right now, the anime has two seasons. The last season, had 12 episodes, ending with Hajime’s group splitting into two. Hajime wants everyone to return to their original world, but Kouki thinks they should stay and fight.

Before, they put Kouri’s soul into Noit’s body to strengthen her in combat while keeping her original body safe in Japan.

The following season will take them to a new place called the Haltina Labyrinth, as shown in the teaser. We also saw part of the group, including Kouki and Shizuku, heading to this labyrinth in the last scene of episode 12.


This series features some well-known voice actors from the anime industry. They’ve worked on popular shows like Food Wars, Strike the Blood, Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid, and more.

Here are the main characters and their voice actors:

– Hajime Nagumo: Voiced by Toshinari Fukamachi
– Yue: Voiced by Yūki Kuwahara
– Shea Haulia: Voiced by Minami Takahashi
– Tio Klarus: Voiced by Yōko Hikasa
– Kaori Shirasaki: Voiced by Saori Ōnishi
– Shizuku Yaegashi: Voiced by Yumiri Hanamori


Arifureta Synopsis

The anime is about a high school student named Hajime who, along with his classmates, is transported to another world. While his classmates gain potent abilities, Hajime gets a common one – the power to transform objects.

Feeling disappointed, Hajime decides to work harder than everyone else. They all enter a dungeon, but a big accident happens, and they face a powerful monster. Despite feeling worthless, Hajime tries to distract the monster using his ability to create spikes from the ground.

His friends help by attacking from afar with magic, but it accidentally destroys the bridge. Hajime almost makes it to safety, but a magic attack targets him and knocks him out along with the monster.

Hajime is lucky to survive and finds himself in a deeper part of the dungeon with 100 floors filled with strong monsters. Despite feeling despair, he promises to return home no matter what.

Hajime’s kindness changes as he does whatever it takes to achieve his goal. However, deep down, he remains a kind person. Throughout his journey with others, he slowly regains his kindness while searching for a way back to his original world.

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