When a smartphone game gets not one but two anime adaptations, that’s when you know it’s really good. Shadowverse, a Cygames Inc’s video game series, is getting a second anime titled “Shadowverse F (Flame).”
Centering on a brand new protagonist named Tenryu Wright, Shadowverse F follows Wright and his “digital friend,” Dragnil, on their card-battling, action-packed journey through the world of Shadowverse.
Before talking about the anime’s cool new name, let’s talk about how the anime’s official website revealed a striking new visual and staff details but has decided to keep us on our toes by not letting us know the premiere date.
[Special news ① ] [ 2nd TV anime ]
The second TV animation “Shadowverse F (Flame)” of the full-scale smartphone e-sports “Shadowverse” will be produced!
Teaser visual also released
There are 3 teasers left today! looking forward to
Official site https://anime.shadowverse.jp
#Anishad #ShadowverseEnglish Translation, Twitter Translate
Directing Shadowverse F is the returning director Keiichiro Kawaguchi. If the upcoming anime is anything like the first anime adaptation titled “Shadowverse”, then we’re in for an exciting ride.
The first season featured Hiro Ryūgasaki, a happy-go-lucky boy with fiery hair to go with his blazing competitive side. We follow his gameplay of the digital card game “Shadowverse” within the anime – giving us a thrilling meta-vibe.
Shadowverse F is definitely going to blow our socks off, so let’s keep our eyes peeled and ears to the ground for the premiere details of this smartphone game-based anime.
Shadowverse is a digital collectible card game that was created and released by Cygames, Inc. It was released in June 2016 as a free-to-play game for iOS and Android smartphones.
Hiro Rygasaki, a Tensei Academy student, is the protagonist of the anime. Hiro acquiring a smartphone under bizarre pretenses, with a digital card game “Shadowverse” installed, results in him encountering adversaries, competing in tournaments, and building friendships through the game.
Studio ZEXCS worked on its anime adaptation. Shogakukan’s Monthly Coro Coro Comic magazine will serialize the manga adaptation.