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Vinland Saga Season 2's Official Trailer Has Fans Cheering For Crunchyroll And The Farmland Arc

"Vinland Saga" is different from your average shonen anime. While most shows in the shonen genre take place in fantastical alternate realities or futuristic landscapes, this Viking-inspired series is more closely rooted in actual history. Following a conflict between England and the Viking forces that seek to conquer it, the show draws from real-life historical accounts of the period to help inspire its story (via GameRant).

Based on the manga of the same name by Makoto Yukimura, "Vinland Saga" follows the life of a young boy, Thorfinn (Yuto Uemura/Aleks Le), who is enslaved by the mercenaries who killed his father. He serves under them while secretly planning his revenge against their leader. Like "Attack on Titan," the series was originally animated by Wit Studio but has since switched to MAPPA. That's not the only thing that's changing as "Vinland Saga" moves forward with its second season though, as the medieval show will be airing on other streaming services as well.

Vinland Saga Season 2 clearly has fans very excited

While the first season of "Vinland Saga" was only available on Netflix and Amazon Prime, Season 2 of the series is going to be available on Crunchyroll and HiDive. Fans seem overjoyed that the series will be coming to Crunchyroll, as can be seen in the comments below the trailer for the upcoming second season on YouTube.

"Wow, Vinland Saga is here on Crunchyroll. Thanks for getting this one; it was a great anime. It is also awesome if you manage to license the first season, too," wrote Jayvees. "Let's go; it's finally on Crunchyroll," Animefreak chimed in. As Crunchyroll tends to be among the most popular anime platforms, it's really no surprise that subscribers are happy to see "Vinland Saga" moving over to the streaming service.

Meanwhile, other fans were excited to see the Farmland Saga arc come to life and offered praise for MAPPA's take on the series. "I'm pleasantly surprised by how close this looks to season 1's art style; hell yeah!" wrote KillerTacos. "MAPPA has done a great job with all their animated projects; I can't wait for Thorfinn to make his return. It will be beautiful to see the farmer's arc adapted," added Richie Senpai.

Well, it sounds like fans are liking what they've seen so far from the second season of "Vinland Saga." Hopefully, the show can deliver on these expectations and keep the show as compelling and intense as the first season was.