The World Ends with You is an action role-playing game co-developed by Square Enix and Jupiter for the Nintendo DS. The game was the second best-selling DS title in Japan during its first week of the sale. A manga based on the video game was created several years later. And recently, this year, an anime adaptation was aired from April 10 to June 26, 2021. The anime was released in Japan and was a massive hit because everyone enjoyed the animation and became addicted. Therefore, an English dub of the anime will be available soon.
The World Ends With You Anime’s English Dub Announcement!
On Thursday, Funimation announced that an English dub for The World Ends with You will stream soon. The anime adaptation of Square Enix’s action role-playing game The World Ends with You will premiere on Friday. The animation will consist of twelve episodes. The announcement has caused a buzz among fans, especially among those who do not enjoy reading subtitles when watching anime. Fans will now be able to appreciate the animation’s art more.
In The World Ends With You anime, A young kid named Neku Sakuraba finds himself with two black pins. The pins allow him to read the minds of everyone around him in the crowded city of Shibuya. However, these pins also enable him to see the “Noise,” hostile creatures capable of “erasing” people from existence. Neku receives a message about a quest that will erase him if he fails after realising that he is confined within the city’s borders. Neku meets a girl named Shiki Misaki while fending off a Noise attack, and she invites him to form a partnership pact with her to combat the monsters.
Shiki reveals that she and Neku have been accepted as “Players” in the “Reaper’s Game,” a seven-day event with various missions each day. As Neku and Shiki fight to survive each day, they meet new Players and Reapers, combat more substantial Noise, and uncover the truth behind the game’s enigma.
Where To Watch The World Ends With You Anime’s English Dub?
The United States and Canadian viewers can watch the anime in its original Japanese dub with English subtitles on Funimation. In Australia and New Zealand, Animelab is streaming the English subtitled episodes. The English dubbed version will also be available on Funimation.