{tákt: op.} Destiny Season 2 Release Date: Renewed or Canceled?

{tákt: op.} is a cross-media project revolving around classical music. Currently, it is featured on three platforms: a mobile game as {tákt: op.} Unmei wa Akaki Senritsu no Machi o produced by Bandai Namco Arts and DeNA and developed by Game Studio, which is set to be released in 2023 in Japan, an anime television series under the name {tákt: op.} Destiny by MAPPA and Madhouse which aired between October 6, 2021, and December 22, 2021, and a manga adaptation of the anime which has the same title. The first season premiered only recently and in this article, we are going to tell you whether you can expect the second season of {tákt: op.} Destiny anytime soon.

The second season of {tákt: op.} Destiny still hasn’t been confirmed or canceled yet. The first season aired only last year and with {tákt: op.} Destiny being an original anime series, the future is quite uncertain because we don’t know whether there’s more material to work on. Having said all of this, {tákt: op.} Destiny was a popular and talked-about series and based on all the known facts, a second season is not impossible. We just don’t know when it could happen.

The rest of this article will bring you all the known and unknown information related to a potential season 2 of {tákt: op.} Destiny. You’re going to find out about its potential release date, whether there is a trailer, what the story could be about, and much more about this exciting anime series whose future is still somewhat uncertain.

What do we know about Season 2 of {tákt: op.} Destiny?

On March 26, 2021, Bandai Namco Arts and DeNA announced the {tákt: op.} project including a mobile game named {tákt: op.} Unmei wa Akaki Senritsu no Machi o. The game was being developed by Game Studio for a release scheduled for 2021 but was eventually pushed back to 2023. The character designs were done by artist LAM while Yish was responsible for the concept art of the sets.

Hirofumi Kurita, a conductor, advised on musical research and Marasy worked on the project as the chief pianist. The project’s planned anime, titled {tákt: op.} Destiny, was announced on June 26, 2021. The series was animated by MAPPA Studios and Madhouse and directed by Yūki Itō, with Kiyoko Yoshimura serving as the screenwriter. LAM was tasked with designing the characters, Reiko Nagasawa adapted them for the anime, and Yoshihiro Ike composed the music for the series.

The series aired between October 6, 2021, and December 22, 2021, on TV Tokyo, BS TV Tokyo, and the Medialink platform in Japan. In Europe and the Americas, the series was broadcast on Crunchyroll in a simulcast. Supercell’s Ryo, Mafumafu, and Gaku performed the opening credits titled “take”, while Mika Nakashima performed the ending credits titled “Symphonia”. What does this tell us? Not much, really. The series was fairly popular, but this information – and that is all we have – doesn’t tell us much about the future of the show, which is a bummer.

As you can see, the future of the {tákt: op.} Destiny anime is quite uncertain, but not because there’s no interest. The series was fairly popular and we’ll just have to see whether there is enough interest for a continuation to make any proper predictions about the potential continuation of the series. The first season received solid reviews, but we simply don’t know enough to make any predictions about the show’s future.

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In any case, the earliest we could see a potential second season is late 2023, but we’d have to get some confirmation on the future during 2022 or easily 2023; 2024 is an even stronger possibility. The fans are demanding a new season, but we’ll just have to see how it goes; as far as things stand now, a cancelation has not been confirmed, but we cannot rule it out either.

What could be the plot of {tákt: op.} Destiny Season 2?

At this moment, we have absolutely no idea about the content of a potential second season o {tákt: op.} Destiny. Why? Well, as we’ve said, {tákt: op.} Destiny is an original anime series and is, thus, not based on any pre-published material. This means that the only source of the story is the anime series, so we don’t have anything to work with. This is why we can only bring you a recap of the first season to, roughly, prepare you for what you could expect from a potential second season.

The story takes place in the year 2047 in a world where music cannot be practiced freely, as it attracts monsters called “D2”. These monsters emerged on Earth from a meteorite crash years ago. They are attracted to music they hate and intend to destroy all musical sources. To fight the D2, girls named “Musicarts” drawing their power from music appeared and are led by humans called “Conductors”.

What could be the cast of {tákt: op.} Destiny Season 2?

It’s still too early for us to discuss a potential second season of {tákt: op.} Destiny in terms of cast and characters, simply because we do not know whether there will even be a second season. But, seeing how we know that the series is going to have a more-or-less fixed cast, we really don’t expect to see too many changes in the structure of season two, if it ever happens. Now, the main characters that have appeared in season one, likely to return for a second season, include:

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  • Takt Asahina
    Japanese voice: Kōki Uchiyama
    He is a conductor who makes a deal with a music artist named Destiny after the loss of her friend Cosette Schneider. He seems at first glance lazy and austere, but he is a big fan of music and has exceptional piano skills. Her father was Kenji Asahina, a famous conductor who was killed 10 years ago by the D2. Takt’s right arm has the ability to transform into a conductor’s baton to instruct Destiny to fight the D2s.
  • Destiny / Cosette Schneider
    Japanese voice: Shion Wakayama
    She was born from Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony in c-minor called the Symphony of Destiny. She was once a human named Cosette Schneider, Anna’s younger sister. She takes Cosette’s body following the latter’s death after her death protecting it from the D2s but retains none of her memories. She finds herself linked to Takt who becomes her driver. Due to her abnormal process of becoming a Musicart, Destiny’s state is deemed to be unstable and uses a large amount of energy to fight D2s and must consume a lot of calories to recharge and is particularly drawn to sweets and cakes.
  • Walküre
    Japanese voice: Sumire Uesaka
    She is an unaffected and independently acting Musicart. She was born from Wagner’s Die Walküre and her primary weapons are a sword and shield which she can throw like a disc.
  • Anna Schneider
    Japanese voice: Kaede Hondo
    She is Takt’s childhood friend and Cosette’s older sister. When the latter is dead and Destiny has taken her body, she takes her and Takt on a trip to New York in an attempt to heal her unstable condition and the repercussions on her friend.
  • Lenny
    Japanese voice: Satoshi Hino
    This is a conductor from the New York Symphonica. He travels by motorbike with his Musicart Titan. He is going to help Takt, who has become a driver, to train him.
  • Titan
    Japanese voice: Miku Itō
    This is a Musicart born from Mahler’s First Symphony in D- major called Titan. She travels with her driver Lenny. She has a girlish appearance and is carefree at first sight but is shown to be serious on certain occasions.
  • Heaven
    Japanese voice: Inori Minase
    This is a Musicart that belongs to the New York Symphonica. Its conductor is Grand Maestro Sagan. She wields an umbrella-shaped weapon that can be used as a shield or as a firearm that can cause powerful explosions at her enemies.
  • Hell
    Japanese voice: Reina Ueda
    This is a New York Symphonica Musicart in charge of protecting Schindler. She uses a tuning fork that can emit a tone giving her the ability to control the D2s. She mainly fights with her feet, which she can transform into rotating discs.
  • Schindler
    Japanese voice: Daisuke Namikawa
    He is a conductor and former Commander-in-Chief of the New York Symphonica under the direction of Grand Maestro Sagan. He dislikes music because it appeals to emotions and he pursues his own plans that may go against Sagan to gain power.
  • Sagan
    Japanese voice: Eiji Hanawa
    This is a conductor who is at the head of the New York Symphonica, an organization that aims to destroy D2, as Grand Maestro.

  • Arthur S. Poe has been fascinated by fiction ever since he saw Digimon and read Harry Potter as a child. Since then, he has seen several thousand movies and anime, read several hundred books and comics, and played several hundred games of all genres.