The World Ends With You Anime Will Air in April 2021

The World Ends With You Anime Trailer New Release Date

A new The World Ends With You anime trailer has surfaced after the appearance of a mysterious countdown website, accompanied by a release date. This new trailer feature introduces the Reaper’s Game, which threatens to erase the participants from existence. Additionally, the trailer provides a short snippet of the opening theme “TEENAGE RIOT” by ALI. The World Ends With You anime will air in Japan sometime in April 2021.

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Neku and Shiki take center stage in the trailer, demonstrating their psych skills, while other characters like Joshua and Sho are shown briefly. While the new The World Ends With You anime trailer only has Japanese voice acting, subtitles are available in English.

You can watch the new trailer below.

The voice cast for the upcoming The World Ends With You anime was previously announced, sharing who would be providing the voices for major and minor characters. This anime adaptation is based on the hit action-roleplaying game. It stars a series of teenagers fighting for survival and victory in the Reaper’s Game. The animation style recreates the visual style of the DS title, playing a perfect homage to the cult classic.

Take a look at a new piece of key art for the upcoming anime below.

The World Ends With You Anime Trailer New Key Art

While this new trailer for The World Ends With You anime has been revealed, the timer on the teaser website is currently in the process of hitting the final stretch of the seven-day countdown.

The World Ends With You: The Animation will air in April 2021. Funimation will be handling the North American release.

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