One week after its release in the Japanese market, the eighth and final Blu-ray / DVD package of the second season of the animated light novel adaptation Re: Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu (Re: ZERO -Starting Life in Another World), accumulated 4,904 copies sold.
This bundle was released in Japan on July 28 and includes the forty-eighth to the fifty-fifth episodes of the series overall (that is, the twenty-third to the twenty-fifth of the second season). The Blu-ray version is priced at 7,700 yen (about $74) and amassed 4,335 copies sold, while the DVD version is priced at 6,600 yen (about $63) and amassed 569 copies sold.
The first season of the animated adaptation of Re: Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu had twenty-five episodes and was released in April 2016. A second season also had twenty-five episodes, however, its transmission was divided into two parts of thirteen and twelve episodes, respectively, broadcast in the Summer-2020 and Winter-2021 seasons. All productions were carried out by White Fox studios.
The franchise also has a video game titled Re: Zero Lost in Memories (Traditional Chinese Version), available through the QooApp catalog at this link.
Synopsis for Re: Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
A meeting that was supposed to signify the arrival of peacetime quickly breaks down when Subaru Natsuki and Emilia return to the village of Irlam. Witnessing the devastation left by the calamities known as the Archbishops of Sin, Subaru sinks into the depths of despair as his ability to remake things proves useless.
As the group heads to the Sanctuary in search of answers, Subaru has an unexpected encounter with the Witch of Greed, Echidna. Subjected to her wild rhythm, he is forced to plunge into the spirals of the past and the future. At the same time, various mysterious threats set their sights on the Sanctuary, heralding a horrible fate for the hapless people trapped within.