Muv-Luv Alternative Anime PV Shows Off Type-97 Fubuki in Action

Muv-Luv Alternative

FLAGSHIP LINE and Yumeta Company x Graphinica released new information about the upcoming mecha sci-fi anime Muv-Luv Alternative. The new voice actors for the three main characters were revealed, as well as the key visual illustration. In addition, there is a new promotional video focusing on the Type-97 Fubuki mecha. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

None of the voice actors from the past will reprise their roles for Muv-Luv Alternative due the producer wanting Muv-Luv to be a series that never ends. By switching up the actors, it will be easier to bring in someone new if a main voice actor retires. The new cast is:

  • Takeru Shirogane: Koichi Kamiki (Debut role)
  • Sumika Kagami: Tomori Kusunoki (Lienn from Sword Art Online Alternative Gun Gale Online, Romin Kirishima from Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens)
  • Meiya Mitsurugi: Karin Nanami (Yuriko Nishinotoin from Kakegurui)

The new promotional video for Muv-Luv Alternative lists the main staff and shows off the animation for mechas fighting. It gives a good look at the Type-97 Fubuki before ending with the key visual.

You can view the PV on avex’s YouTube channel:

Muv-Luv is a Windows PC visual novel developed by âge that first released in 2003. Though it starts out as a romantic comedy, it eventually evolves into a story about alien invasion. There have been many games, manga, and anime series created to expand the lore of the Muv-Luv franchise. In addition, a game titled Muv-Luv Project Mikhail will also appear on the Nintendo Switch and Windows PC around September 2021.

The Muv-Luv Alternative anime will air in October 2021. There is currently no news about which streaming services will handle Muv-Luv Alternative in territories outside of Japan.

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