The popularity of the isekai genre has become a distinguishing feature of modern anime. There are a wealth of potentially interesting stories waiting to be told when regular individuals from our world are transported to a mythical one. “Re: Zero,” “KonoSuba,” and “Overlord” are all about the desire to journey to another planet, but each one adds something unique that sets them apart from the legions of other isekai that surround them.
These shows, on the other hand, have only scratched the surface of their full potential.
Combining all of these concepts into one ensemble cast offers substantially more value, as the creators of these anime (plus “The Saga of Tanya the Evil”) realised in 2019. Peanut butter and jelly has been a winning combination for decades. Crossovers are extremely powerful and should never be taken lightly. As a result, “Isekai Quartet” was created, a crossover series featuring adorable little chibi versions of anime’s most popular isekai characters.
The first and second seasons of this spinoff series were great hits, so much so that “Isekai Quartet: Another World” is being made into a film. Season 3 is also nearly over. Despite the fact that nothing regarding the third season is known, there is plenty of room for plausible supposition. With that in mind, here’s all we know about Season 3 of “Isekai Quartet” thus far.
When will the third season of Isekai Quartet be released?
Studio Puyukai, the animation studio behind “Isekai Quartet,” has yet to announce a release date for Season 3 of the series. This, on the other hand, is sure to keep fans excited for the impending “Isekai Quartet” film, which is set to hit theatres in 2022. Season 3 will very probably be disclosed to fans in the weeks leading up to, and maybe after, the film’s release. Season 3 might be released on 14 february, 2022. We will update our viewers when further details emerge.
Thankfully, on the final episode of the season, the show’s creators confirmed a third season (via Funimation). Similarly, the series’ earlier instalments, which featured a year-long break between Seasons 1 and 2, corroborate the aforementioned anticipated release schedule. The series can only have one entry every year if the “Isekai Quartet” film is considered a different season. Things can, of course, go wrong and throw a spanner in the works. It is, nevertheless, a safe assumption to make until Studio Puyukai states otherwise.
In Season 3 of Isekai Quartet, who are the main characters?
The principal casts of four separate isekai series were included in the inaugural season of “Isekai Quartet,” hence the label “quartet.” “KonoSuba” (the protagonist Kazuma and the three main girls, Aqua, Darkness, and Megumin), “Overlord” (Ainz Ooal Gown and companions like Albedo and Shalltear), “The Saga of Tanya the Evil” (the eponymous Tanya and her Imperial Army allies), and “Re: Zero” (the eponymous Tanya and her Imperial Army allies) are among them (Subaru, Emilia, Ram, and Rem). In addition, several characters from each series appear in various episodes.
Despite having such a vast cast, the programme still has room to grow. Season 2 of “Isekai Quartet” expands the narrative to a quintet by including characters from “The Rising of the Shield Hero,” such as protagonist Naofumi and his raccoon-lady lover Raphtalia, from the series “The Rising of the Shield Hero.” Characters from the series “Cautious Hero” also make cameo appearances.
As indicated by the previous acquisitions, Season 3 has the potential to contain even more popular isekai characters. While Studio Puyukai has not stated whether or not the cast of the programme would be enlarged again, many fans would welcome the return of characters from franchises like “Jobless Reincarnation” or “That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime.”
What is the plot of Isekai Quartet Season 3?
“Isekai Quartet” is a humorous spinoff series with no one plotline. Each of the characters discovers a secret button that, when pressed, takes them to a new planet in the first episode. The majority of their exploits this time take place within the confines of a high school. As a result, many of the episodes are based on tropes from high school anime.
The eclectic group of isekai heroes is preparing for their new school’s annual celebration, exchanging Valentine’s cards, and stealing wine from their principal’s office in Season 2. When all of the crews join again in Season 3, expect similar shenanigans. Whatever the case may be, the “Isekai Quartet” gang’s exploits will be as amusing and upbeat as ever, a far cry from their previous realms’ dark tragedies.