Shadowverse F (Flame) is the second anime series based on the smartphone game Shadowverse. On October 8th, 2021, the second season was announced by the official Twitter account of the anime. They also revealed the staff and a key visual.
About Anime Shadowverse:
Shadowverse is a smartphone game that our protagonist Hiiro Ryūgasaki is playing in a mysterious smartphone that he obtains. Hiiro then met some new friends and some rivals as well after playing the game. Later, the sole purpose of the game is revealed, i.e., to prevent the Doomsday event. The bond Hiiro made with his rivals and friends will save the world from Tree of Woe.
Plot Of Shadowverse F (Flame):
This second adaptation’s main character is Tenryu Wright, and the series follows him with his digital friend Dragnil on their journey through this card-battling, action-packed world of Shadowverse.
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Staff And Cast Of Shadowverse F:
Keiichiro Kawaguchi (Hunter X Hunter: The Last Mission, 2013) is directing Shadowverse F. While the studio Zexcs (Shadowverse) is producing the anime. In the meantime, for writing the anime story, the company recruited Rintaro Isaki and Deko Akao (Inazuma Eleven: Orion no Kokuin). Daiki Harada (Pokemon 2016, 2017) has drawn the characters for the series. Yoshihiro Ike has produced the music for this brand new anime. No voice artists are announced as of now.
About The Smartphone Game:
Cygames (Disney Fantasy Quest), a Japenese Video Game development studio, has developed this digital collectible card game named Shadowverse. The game is freely available to play on iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS. On smartphone devices, Shadowverse had its released date of June 2016. However, for laptops and computers, it released in October 2016.
Release Date, Where To Watch, And Other Animes:
This game-adapted anime has yet to announce its release date. However, it will most likely be available to stream on Crunchyroll. The previous Shadowverse series is available to stream there as well.
Like Shadowverse, some famous anime adapted from games are Pokemon, Fate/Grand Order, Bakugan, Tales Of Abyss, Inazuma Eleven, and many others.