Kingdom Season 3 Anime
Photo Credit: Studio Signpost

Kingdom anime‘s official website released a new trailer for the third season of the series on Monday, you can check it out below:

The site also revealed more cast members:

Daisuke Namikawa will be performing for Go Hou Mei (Wu Feng Ming)

Photo Credit: Kingdom Season 3 Anime’s Site

Tatsuhisa Suzuki will be performing for Kou Yoku (Xiang Yi)

Photo Credit: Kingdom Season 3 Anime’s Site

Yūto Uemura will be performing for Haku Rei (Bai Li)

Photo Credit: Kingdom Season 3 Anime’s Site

Kingdom anime‘s third season is scheduled to debut on April.

Kenichi Imaizumi is coordinating the anime at Studio Signpost. Noboru Takagi is accountable for arrangement contents. Hisashi Abe is structuring the characters.

The new season will cover the manga’s Alliance Arc. The returning cast individuals incorporate Masakazu Morita as Shin, Jun Fukuyama as Ei Sei, and Rie Kugimiya as Karyō Ten.

Kingdom is a Japanese seinen manga arrangement composed and outlined by Yasuhisa Hara. The manga gives a fictionalized record of the Warring States time frame basically through the encounters of the war vagrant Xin and his companions as he battles to turn into the best broad under the sky, and in doing as such, bringing together China without precedent for a long time.

The arrangement was adjusted into a two-season, seventy-seven scene anime TV arrangement by studio Pierrot. The first season of thirty-eight episodes broadcast from June 4, 2012 to February 25, 2013. A subsequent season was declared, and broadcast thirty-nine episodes from June 8, 2013 to March 1, 2014. A third season will debut in April 2020. A live-action film was discharged in April 2019.

The anime has been authorized for an English language discharge by Funimation.

Kingdom manga’s official description is:

“Born in the Warring States period of ancient China, Xin and Piao are war-orphans in the kingdom of Qin who dream of becoming “Great Generals of the Heavens” to rise from their lowly stations in life. One day, however, Piao is taken to the palace by a minister to be used for an unknown purpose, leaving Xin alone as a household slave in a peasant village. A few months later, Piao returns to the village on the verge of death, urging Xin to travel to another village. There he meets a boy who looks nearly identical to Piao, Ying Zheng, the current King of Qin. Xin learns that Piao served as a body double for Ying Zheng, and was mortally wounded in a power struggle for the throne. Though initially furious at Ying Zheng for causing Piao’s death, Xin decides to seize the opportunity and aid Ying Zheng in defeating his brother and reclaiming the Qin throne. Successful in this endeavor, Xin officially starts his life as a Qin commander on the battlefields of Warring States China with the goal of becoming the “Greatest General in the World”, and to help King Zheng of Qin achieve his dream of total unification, ending the incessant warfare once and for all.”