The author of “No Game No Life” , Yuu Kamiya, has responded through his Twitter, this question that has tormented him for a long time.
“’Will there be a second season?’ I have received these messages in all the languages of the world, so now I can understand what is written without having to translate it”; he wrote through networks.
The answer is always the same: “I want to know more than anyone else.”
Faced with this comment full of uncertainty, a user questioned the author about the decision to change the ending of the anime compared to the novels; which makes it difficult to connect with a second season. To which the author of “No Game No Life” responded:
“I wrote about it a few years ago, but when the director asked me if there was an ending with a touch of irony, I suggested the ending of volume 6 ; which was still being written at the time. He could have rewound time or changed it however he wanted, so that wasn’t the problem”; he expressed he.
“No Game No Life” is “perfectly” done
Likewise, the author concluded with an answer in which he mentions that the problem probably lies in the fact that everything is “done too well” ; which makes a second season difficult:
“So I can’t tell you what the problem is, but it’s not a money problem, much less someone else’s. It’s just that “it was done too well”, making it difficult to make a second season”; he expressed about “No Game No Life”.
Although these comments are interesting and give us a perspective on the situation of a possible second season of “No Game No Life”; it also results in rather sad news for fans who are still tirelessly waiting for a second season.
“No Game No Life” is a light novel written and illustrated by Yuu Kamiya. It began publication on Media Factory’s MF Bunko J imprint in April 2012. Currently, Media Factory has published 11 volumes in total and a few months ago it was reported that the franchise managed to exceed 6 million copies in circulation.
The work also has a manga adaptation, created by Yuu Kamiya and Mashiro Hiragi. The “No Game No Life” manga began serialization in Media Factory’s Comic Alive magazine in January 2013.