After much anticipation, we now have official word that Kengan Ashura will return in 2023 with a brand-new season. However, subscribers will still have to endure a lengthy wait, but when Kengan Ashura eventually makes a comeback, it will all be worthwhile. Here is all we currently know about Netflix’s Kengan Ashura part 3.
Based on Yubako Sandrovich’s manga series of the same name, Kengan Ashura is a Netflix Original martial arts anime series. Larx Entertainment created the animation for the show, which Netflix then sold all over the world.
Gladiatorial fighting has been practiced in Japan since the Edo era. The strong, affluent, and greedy businesspeople who operate within the arenas employ gladiators to engage in winner-take-all battles on their behalf. Tokita Ohma bursts onto the scene, entering the arenas and dispatching his opponents with ease.
Many fighters in the arenas are lined up to face Tokita Ohma because of his expertise and capacity to annihilate opponents. In the Kengan Annihilation Tournament, Tokita Ohma represents the Yamashita Trading Co. by battling. Tokita Ohma is eager to demonstrate his might against even more gladiators.
Has Part 3 of Kengan Ashura been renewed by Netflix?
On March 23, 2022, the Netflix Japan Anime Twitter account finally announced the return of Kengan Ashura after two and a half years.
— Netflix Japan Anime (@NetflixJP_Anime) March 23, 2022
Kengan Ashura Season 3 release date
Kengan Ashura will return for part 3 some time in 2023, according to some fresh key visuals posted on Netflix’s official Twitter account for its anime series.
The specific release date has not yet been disclosed, but we anticipate learning more shortly.
the moment we’ve been waiting for…
Kengan Ashura Season 2 is coming to Netflix in 2023! pic.twitter.com/OCLpx2sJ2E
— Netflix Anime (@NetflixAnime) August 31, 2022
Does the plot require another Season?
Without a doubt, Kengan Ashura needs additional pieces.
Part 2 finished with Ohma’s victory over Raina in the second round, advancing him to the third round/quarterfinal. Considering there are two more rounds, the semi-final and final, there is still a substantial amount of material to cover after the quarterfinals.
There is room for at least two more sections before the conclusion of Kengan Ashura.