A new The Quintessential Quintuplets TV special anime series has been announced. Titled The Quintessential Quintuplets ∽, the new series will adapt Fuutarou’s Summer Arc, an original arc that wasn’t depicted in the previous anime series. The new series will release on summer 2023. Additionally, the new special anime will have a limited-time theatrical screening for a period of three weeks in Japan that will start on July 14, 2023. A new key visual has been revealed as well.
The new Quintessential Quintuplets TV special series focuses on main character Fuutarou’s last summer vacation before his high school graduation. Fuutarou informs the quintuplets that he will be taking a break from his part-time tutor job to focus on studying for an upcoming test. The Nakano quintuplets are sad that they won’t be seeing Fuutarou before their graduation, when suddenly they receive a phonecall from Fuutarou.
You can take a better look at the new key visual for the new Quintessential Quintuplets anime series here:
Additionally, the opening and ending songs for the new Quintessential Quintuplets series have been announced. The opening song is called “Gotoubun no Mirai,” while the ending song is called “Takaramono.” Both theme songs will be performed by the quintuplets as well. An album with both songs has been announced. It also includes the songs “The Only One in the World” from the upcoming game The Quintessential Quintuplets: My Five Promises With Her, and “My Hero” from The Quintessential Quintuplets: Gotopazu Story.
As a reminder, Mages announced that The Quintessential Quintuplets: Gotopazu Story has been delayed to June 2023, and the company showed the game’s opening animation.
The Quintessential Quintuplets ∽ will premiere in Japan on summer 2023. A limited-time theatrical screening will start in Japan on July 14, 2023, and it will last three weeks.