This year’s October issue of Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine shown on Monday which Shizumu Watanabe and Okushō’s Actual Account manga will finish in three chapters, such as the chapter which published on Monday. In case the manga doesn’t require any breaks, then it is going to end in the magazine’s December issue on November 9.
The manga entered its closing arc in May.
Kodansha Comics is publishing that the manga digitally in English and it clarifies the manga:
Like most of his peers, Ataru Kashiwagi has found himself hooked on social networking assistance, Actual Account. However, one day, Ataru and nearly 10,000 other folks, get sucked to the Actual Account Zone, in which they’ve become players in a string of lethal games. The fundamental principles of those games are easy –if you eliminate all of your followers, you die in real life, and should you die, all your followers die beside you. As these games that are perverted decimate the players, Ataru should use quick thinking and his understanding of Actual Account to win every round and return to the world. However, when true friendship decides whether he lives or dies, can Ataru actually survive when the only people he could rely on are his Internet friends?
Manga founder Watanabe (Kono Kanojo Wa Fiction desu) and author Okushō launched Actual Account at Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine from the February 2014 issue. Kodansha sent the manga’s 23rd quantity on June 7. The manga is inspiring that a live-action film adaptation.
Ren Kanan written a Real Account 0 book based on the manga that sent on June 7.
Source: Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine October issue