Wednesday saw the release of a new promotional video and image for Shadowverse Flame, the second anime in the franchise, on the official website for the mobile card combat game Shadowverse by Cygames, Inc. The new opening theme song “Tick-Tock” by NEWS, which is included in the video, is revealed.
The brand-new song will make its debut on October 1 in conjunction with the “Shadowverse Team Competition” storyline in the third season (of the year) of the anime.
On April 2, TV Tokyo broadcast the anime’s debut.
As soon as the anime airs in Japan, Crunchyroll will start streaming it.
Characters in the anime series Shadowverse are anime-only, and the plot is entirely unique. Hiiro Rygasaki, a student at Tensei Academy, is the main character of the first season. Hiiro acquires a weird smartphone as a result of an odd occurrence. “Shadowverse,” a well-known online card game, is already installed on the smartphone. Hiiro connects with others through the game, encounters adversaries, and takes part in competitions.
Through the use of the Shadowverse, the second season shows Light Tenry’s and his companions’ adolescence.
Assistant director Naotaka Hayashi is now a member of the team. The creator of Digi-Friend is Tomoko Miyakawa. As art director, Quan Bin Zhong succeeds Kuniaki Nemoto; as for art setting, Nobuhito Sue and Shhei Tada are replaced by Mamio Ogawa. For monitor graphics, Sankaku is given credit. As 3D CG director, Shinsuke Shima succeeds Takahiro Kamiya and Keisuke Kawatani. Shigeki Asakawa is joined as director of photography by Yuuta Nakamura and Asahito Koshiyama. From the first season, the remainder of the staff is back.
In November 2021, Shogakukan’s Coro Coro Comics magazine will publish Shadowverse Flame Digifre Nikki (Digital Friend Diary), a brand-new comedy manga based on the anime.
April 2020 saw the debut of the anime’s first season. The program was live-streamed by Crunchyroll.
Launched in June 2016 for iOS and Android devices, the collectable card game was also released in October 2016 for the PC via Steam. The game includes competitive multiplayer material for both single-player and multiplayer modes, fully narrated narratives, and card evolution during combat. In November 2020, Japan saw the release of Shadowverse: Champion’s Battle on the Nintendo Switch. In the West, it did so in August 2021.
On May 2, 2018, the game’s second anniversary, an anime tutorial video was released.