Crunchyroll confirmed an early 2024 release for the anime adaptation of popular manhwa Solo Leveling, also known as Only I Level Up. The adaptation was originally announced during Crunchyroll’s Anime Expo 2022 panel, but until now was only confirmed for some time in 2023. The adaptation will be produced by A-1 pictures (Sword Art Online, Fate; Apocrypha) with music from industry veteran Hiroyuki Sawano (Attack on Titan, Gundam: Unicorn). It will appear this winter.
A new teaser trailer was also released, which you can watch below:
Solo Leveling is a Korean web novel-turned-manhwa by Chugong, DUBU and h-goon. It follows Jinwoo Sung, Hunter who travels between dimensions. Jinwoo gains a reputation for incompetence amongst his peers, but after a harrowing incident he resolves to become the strongest Hunter of all. You can read more about it, and the original anime announcement, over on Crunchyroll.
You can also watch the original Solo Leveling anime announcement trailer below.
The Solo Leveling anime will be simulcast on Crunchyroll this winter, for more updates you can follow the official English Twitter account for the series. The original novel is published in English by Yen Press and the webtoon is available on Tappytoon. You can also read our thoughts on the audiobook adaptation here.