In the most recent episode of the second part of the second season of the animated adaptation of Re: Zero Kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu ((Re: ZERO - start life in another world) The new closing sequence has finally been recorded. This sequence has the theme "Believe in You" performed by Nonoc.

The sequence included the participation of Hiromu Oshirowho shared an update on Twitter showing part of the production process. «I was responsible for the new closing sequence for the second season of Re: Zero! The content was directed by Takashi Sakuma-san. Thank you for watching the new episode! (I've been working on 3D animation, editing, etc.)».

The series, for its part, premiered its first half (thirteen episodes) on July 8, and is confirmed to have a total of 25 episodes, with the second half currently airing. Tappei Nagatsuki started publishing the light novels on the site in April 2012 Shousetsuka ni Narouand later the publisher Kadokawa began its publication on paper with illustrations by Shinichirou Ootsuka in January 2014.

Synopsis for Re: Zero Kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu

A meeting that should mark the arrival of peace time quickly collapses when Subaru Natsuki and Emilia return to the village of Irlam. Witnessing the havoc from the catastrophes known as the Archbishops of Sin, Subaru sinks into the depths of despair as its ability to remake things proves useless.

As the group heads to the sanctuary in search of answers, Subaru has an unexpected encounter with the witch of greed, Echidna. Under the indomitable rhythm he is forced to dive into the spirals of the past and the future. At the same time, various mysterious threats turned their attention to the sanctuary, heralding a terrible fate for the unfortunate people trapped inside.

Source: Official Twitter account

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