Season 2 is a much-awaited sequel of the incomplete story that has left fans pondering over its release.
Classroom of the Elite is a psychological high school drama that has received lots of great reviews ever since the release of its first season.
The story of Classroom of the Elite takes place in Kodo Ikusei Senior High School, a super fancy school for Japan’s top students. The school not only has relaxation regarding rules but also pays its students for studying.
However, like any other place for the elites, there are different levels of prestige each student carries. Kiyotaka Ayanokoji, the main character, lies in the lower spectrum of the standards set.
However, after a certain encounter with Suzune Horikita and Kikyo Kushida, his life slowly starts changing.
Though the anime has many limitations, it has a strange charm and a hypnotic plot that makes you want to not stop watching it.
1. Release Date
Season 2 of Classroom of the Elite has not been announced yet. There is no rumor floating around about the production either. Classroom of the Elite Season 2 should be out by the end of 2021.
Though there is abundant source material (light novel), we still might have to wait a bit longer if season 2 does come out.
2. What To Expect From Season 2
Season 1 of Classroom of the Elite ended at Vol 3, Chap 26 of the original light novel. There are 13 volumes in the novel, and it is still ongoing. Season 2 should resume where season 1 left off.
If the second season follows the story from the fourth volume, then the story will focus on the group battles that will take place on the cruise ship. The students will be divided into 12 distinct groups based on their zodiac signs.
This time it will not be about survival but will be a test of intelligence; however, there’s a new twist in all these, and the purpose of the game changes. The second season will be full of intriguing storylines and the usual drama.
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4. About Classroom of the Elite
Originally, Classroom of the Elite was a light novel series written by Shogo Kinugasa and illustrated by Shunsake Tomose.
Upon seeing its popularity, Media Factory’s Monthly Comic Alive began its serialization back in January 2016. The manga was illustrated by Yuyu Ichino.
Later on, in July 2017, Studio Lerche adapted the Light Novel series to an anime series that completed its first season.Originally Written By Epic Dope