Wu Dong Qian Kun (English Translation: Martial Universe) is a Chinese Anime Series that aired its first season back in 2019, leaving the fans curious about Season 2. Since then, it has become a popular Martial Arts Anime in China, generating nearly 50 million views per episode, making it the most-watched Donghua in China. The Author of “Wu Dong Qian Kun,” Heavenly Silkworm Potato, is notorious for making Martial Arts Anime for Chinese viewers. In this article, we’ll be looking at the Release Date and other related information regarding Season 2, so let’s quickly get into it.
Wu Dong Qian Kun | Plot Overview
The Story focuses on the character of Lin Dong and his journey through the Cultivation World, which is like the spirit realm of sorts where Martial Artists can improve their skills and transcend Human limitations. Lin’s aim to journey through the Cultivation World is to become strong enough to seek vengeance on behalf of his disabled father. Driven by this desire, despite not having the talents, he pushes himself to get stronger and, along the way, meets both friends and foes.
In this journey, we see Lin not just seek vengeance but also uncover the dark secrets of the Cultivation World. Now Lin has another reason to grow stronger and take down the Demon Sect along with their plan of causing a pointless war.
Will There Be A Wu Dong Qian Kun Season 2?
As it turns out, it has been confirmed that the Wu Dong Qian Kun Series will be returning for a Season 2 as confirmed recently. The series will be premiering on Tencent Video for the Chinese Audience, but the English viewers need not worry as the episodes most likely will be fan translated and put up on YouTube. The Anime Series will be airing its second season in July of 2020. Judging from the released Key Visuals and the trailer for the upcoming season, Studio Motion Magic definitely did an excellent job with the animation of the series.
What Will Be Happening In Wu Dong Qian Kun Season 2?
According to recent spoilers and announcements, it seems that while on his journey through the Cultivation World, Lin will come across the female lead of the series, and the Main Enemy for the series will also be making an appearance. The Second Season of the Anime is definitely a must-see, and I would highly recommend it.
Chinese anime has much better animation, regardless of whether the show has a good story. That makes the whole watching experience quite enjoyable, especially with the eye-pleasing visuals and action scenes.
All in all, we’ll be updating you regarding Wu Dong Qian Kun Season 2 as, and when more information about it is released, so please look forward to it.