LINK CLICK Season 2 Debuts Preview Trailer for 2022 Release

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Liam Dempsey
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*click* 📸 This is a moment you’re gonna wanna save forever—the first trailer for LINK CLICK‘s second season is here, and it’s already shaping to be just as gripping as the first!

You can watch the preview trailer with English subtitles on bilibili here. (Note: Turn off viewer comments by unchecking the blue slider just under the player)

A visual for the much-anticipated sequel was recently unveiled in anticipation of the new trailer:

LINK CLICK Season 2 Teaser Visual

RELATED: LINK CLICK to Reveal Season 2 Info on November 20

From bilibili, LINK CLICK debuted to critical and popular acclaim in April earlier this year, earning a 9.8-star rating and 180 million total views on the bilibili streaming platform as of publication.

A Japanese dub of the series, starring Toshiyuki Toyonaga (Yuri!!! on ICE) as Toki (Cheng Xiaoshi), Takahiro Sakurai (Mob Psycho 100) as Hikaru (Lu Guang) and Aoi Koga (Kaguya-sama: Love is War) as Rin (Qiao Ling), was also recently announced for January 2022.

RELATED: Why You Absolutely Need to Experience LINK CLICK

Official synopsis: Using superpowers to enter their clientele’s photos one by one, Cheng Xiaoshi and Lu Guang take their work seriously at “Time Photo Studio,” a small photography shop set in the backdrop of a modern metropolis. Each job can be full of danger, but nothing is more important than fulfilling every order, no matter the scale…or peril involved!

Are you hyped for LINK CLICK Season 2? Share this post and let us know! And stay tuned to Funimation for the latest news on all things anime, this season and beyond.

Source: bilibili

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