Psycho-Pass Providence Movie is in Development

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As part of the 10th Anniversary Project for Psycho-Pass, another movie, Psycho-Pass Providence, is in development. The key visual features all the main characters who will appear in the movie standing, with protagonist Akane Tsunemori in the middle. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

The Psycho-Pass radio show will also return after ten years. Like before, the hosts will be Tomokazu Seki (who voices Kogami) and Kenji Nojima (who voices Ginoza). From September 3, 2022, the Noitamina Shop and Cafe Theater will release limited merchandise and food items for Psycho-Pass. They will be available for a year at Aqua City in Odaiba. As well, there will be an online exhibition for Psycho-Pass from December 2, 2022 to February 28, 2023.

You can watch the trailer for the Psycho-Pass 10th Anniversary here:

Psycho-Pass first aired in 2012. It is a cyberpunk psychological thriller set in a futuristic and dystopian Japan. The plot follows Akane Tsunemori, who is a novice in the Public Safety Bureau’s Criminal Investigation Division. The Sibyl System governs Japan, and it is a computer network that analyzes the citizens’ “Crime Coefficient,” which is their likeliness to commit crime. When it reaches a certain number, Enforcers from the PSB go to arrest them before they can pose a danger to the public. Psycho-Pass ran for two seasons, before receiving a movie, Psycho-Pass: The Movie. A three-film project, Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System, opened in 2019, along with Psycho-Pass 3, a third season with adjusted per-episode length.

The Psycho-Pass Providence movie is in development. Psycho-Pass is readily available on streaming services such as Crunchyroll and Amazon Prime Video. A Psycho-Pass game, Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness, released in 2017 on PS4, PC, PS Vita, and Xbox One.

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