I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level is getting a season 2. The confirmation came during GA Bunko and Novel Anime Festival, which was held online this year. A visual celebrating the announcement was also revealed:
The illustrator of the light novel shared an artwork to commemorate the second season’s announcement.
The first season of I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level (aka Slime 300) aired on April 10, 2021. Revoroot is still in charge of the production of the series. Nobukage Kimura (Arakawa Under the Bridge) directed the series and Tatsuya Takahashi (Faraway Paladin) handled the series composition. Keisuke Gotou (Sket Dance) designed the characters, while Keiji Inai (Danmachi) composed the music for the series.
The anime is based on a light novel series written by Kisetsu Morita and illustrated by Benio. SB Creative published the first volume of the light novel in 2017 and it currently has a total of 19 volumes with the latest one released last December 2021. Yen Press is licensing the official English translation and describes the plot as:
After living a painful life as an office worker, Azusa ended her short life by dying from overworking. So when she found herself reincarnated as an undying, unaging witch in a new world, she vows to spend her days stress free and as pleasantly as possible. She ekes out a living by hunting down the easiest targets – the slimes! But after centuries of doing this simple job, she’s ended up with insane powers…how will she maintain her low key life now?!-Yen Press
Source: Official Twitter
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