Devil is a Part Timer Season 2 Release Date Confirmed for 2021

Hey readers, here we come once again with a very exciting article where we gonna talk about the Devil is a part timer. As we all know this is one of the best Japanese anime series which is not only limited in the Japan but also very popular among the whole world.

So, if you curious to know about its season 2, then you should check out the entire article. Here we gonna talk about the plot, release date and many more regarding this anime.

But before going to that, let’s quickly take glance on the show. So, if you are a new viewers then you should check out the next paragraph.

Devil is a Part Timer Season 2 Release Date Confirmed for 2021

Devil is a part timer is one of the oldest manga anime which aired from the last eight years continuously. It’s basically a Japanese light novel series which is written by Satoshi Wagahara. The story is illustrated by Oniku.

Till now the series released 13 episodes in their first season. After completing the first season now fans and viewers are eagerly waiting for their second season.

Devil is a Part Timer Season 2 Release Date Confirmed for 2021

Plot of the first season

The main plot of this series is based upon the demon lord Satan. Here he want to conquer the world of Ente Isla and its four continents. For this he is taking help from demon generals Alciel, Lucifer, Malacoda, and Adramelech.

So, this is the basic plot in which the whole season 1 situated.

This is also probable that, the season 2 may be starting from that point from where the season 1 actually end.

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Devil is a Part Timer Season 2 Release Date Confirmed for 2021

Season 2 release date

The trailer of the season 2 is just now released by the officials one day ago. But the season 2 shows something different from the season 1. But till now there will be no particular date announced by the officials regarding the release. So, we have to wait till any official confirmation come out.

That’s all for today. Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for latest updates.

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