BOFURI: I don’t want to get hurt, so I’m going to maximize defense or simply Bofuri Season 2 is a hotly anticipated anime from fans all over the world.
Every player imagines the day designers produce a truly interactive virtual experience. Unfortunately, this innovation does not exist at this time; However, there is a fiction that highlights what life would have been like if I did. If that’s your thing, there’s a good chance there’s an anime out there with your name on it.
This premise is used in a lot of animation (eg “Log Horizon” and “Sword Art Online”). However, no one has the same distinct personality or tone as “Bovori: I don’t want to get hurt, so I’m going out of my defense.” “Bofuri” is mostly about unfolding MMORPG in a real virtual reality environment, just like its kind relatives mentioned above. While shows like “Sword Art Online” focus on hardcore gamers’ experiences, “Bofuri” is about a cute newbie who manages to become one of the strongest players in the fantasy VRMMORPG NewWorld Online.
The series began as a standalone web novel released in 2016 by author Yuumikan, according to Anime News Network. The series quickly gained fame, spawning adaptations in the form of light novel, manga, and (most recently) anime. The show’s first season ended in 2020, but the second season became official soon after. So far, here’s what we know about the second season of Beaufort.
Bofuri fans will be happy to know that Season 2 has not only been officially confirmed, but will also be available soon. The makers of Silver Link, the first season finale, wrapped up by announcing that the second season will air in 2022. Admittedly, that’s a pleasant surprise. It’s unusual for a new anime to get renewed for a second season so quickly.
Oftentimes, there is a period of sudden forgetfulness during which fans are abandoned to crying in the dark about the possible return of their favorite show. Fortunately, this is not the case with Beaufort.
However, this does not mean that the situation is without risk. The second season was announced in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, when the most popular shows were experiencing major delays. No one knows if the pandemic has affected the development of Boveri’s second season yet. On the other hand, Silver Link’s lack of response to the situation is a good sign that everything is on the right track.
It is not known which characters will return in the long-awaited next season, but the main characters who appeared in the first season will reprise their roles. Of course, the entire Maple Tree Guild members were clearly expected to return.
Kaede Honjou, also known as Maple, is the central hero in the Bofuri series. Kaede Hondo provides the voice for this character. Similarly, Britteny Karbowski provides voiceover for Canada in both English and Japanese, as well as providing voices for a variety of other characters.
Kasumi’s character is voiced by Saori Hayami. Kanade’s voice has been provided by Satomi Arai and Britteny Karbowski in English and Japanese. Kuromo is voiced by Noriaki Sugiyama and Anthony Boling, Sally is voiced by Ruriko Noguchi, Eze is voiced by Satomi Sato, and Mai is voiced by Ai Kakuma and Sara Rajsdahl. Kristen plays Yui, and Kensho Ono plays Payne.
The second season of Bofuri is mainly about dealing with the adventures of Maple, the name of games. She has further evolved to become a part of the shield in the online game that she often played by strengthening her own powers.
The next season will focus on enhancing Maple’s ability to stay in the game based on his abilities. The first season ended with a twist and anticipation for fans, creating energy among them. Maple’s evolution as a player can be very evident by fans.
If you haven’t watched the first season of Bofuri, it’s available to watch on go-go anime, 9anime, Funimation, Crunchyroll, and many other sites. Go get your snacks because it’s anime time!