And it’s getting a main western release too.
It’s a special day for The World Ends With You fans; not just has Square Enix exposed that the 14-year-old cult traditional fighting-and-fashion JRPG is getting an extremely long-awaited follow up next year, it’s verified that its formerly revealed anime adjustment is introducing in April 2021.
The World Ends With You: The Animation, as the adjustment is matter-of-factly understood, takes its narrative hint from Square’s much-loved 2007 Nintendo DS video game, informing the story of teenage lead character Neku Sakuraba, as he ends up being unsuspectingly involved in a lethal contest called the Reaper’s Game, which plays out throughout Tokyo’s trendy Shibuya district.
“Neku awakens in the middle of Shibuya’s dynamic Scramble Crossing without any memory of how he arrived,” described Square at the time of the adjustment’s unveiling, “Little does he understand he’s been carried to an alternate airplane of presence called the Underground (UG)”.
As in the DS initial (considering that ported to iOS, Android, and Switch), “Neku should collaborate with a woman called Shiki in order to make it through. Together, they finish objectives and beat beasts called ‘Noise’ as they slowly reveal the real nature of this twisted Game.”
We’ve currently seen one brand-new trailer for The World Ends With You: The Animation following its preliminary unveiling, today there’s another, this one accompanying today’s news that the anime will lastly launch in Japan next April. Excitingly, Square has actually verified it’ll likewise be getting a main western release next year, however there’s no tip of a date for that right now.