Princess Connect! Re: Dive is receiving an anime adaptation

  • It has been announced that the game Princess Connect! Re:Dive will get an anime! The game was released in February 2018 and is a sequel of Princess Connect!, which is a collaboration between CyberAgent and Cygames. The player wakes up in an unknown place without any memories of what happened before. By meeting different girls the mystery is slowly unfolding. The anime will be produced by Cygames Pictures (Manaria Friends). Furthermore,You can buy cheap Princess Connect! Re:Dive Jewels Top Up at z2u.com by using the code “Z2U” for a 3% discount.

    As basic as the plot of this sounds, CyGames has a fairly good track record with these series. Rage of Bahamut is one of the strongest fantasy series released this decade (though it’s sequel leaves much to be desired), while Uma Musume: Pretty Derby was unexpectedly popular due to its earnest, likable cast. Even CyGames’ Granblue Fantasy: The Animation did well enough to garner a sequel, so while this stands a good chance of being your typical isekai fanfiction…there’s still just as much of a chance it winds up being good anyway.

    Even more importantly, this marks the second major production for their CyGamesPictures animation studio, with the first being this year’s Mysteria Friends, based on characters from their Rage of Bahamut game. Currently, “Princess Connect! Re: Dive” has no scheduled release date. By the way, you can buy cheap Princess Connect! Re:Dive Accounts from z2u.com, where you can enjoy a 3% discount by using the code “Z2U”.

    Princess Connect Re:Dive is written by light novel author Akira and tells the story of the protagonist as they recruit girls over to his side in the fantasy continent of Astria. The protagonist works with these girls to solve mysteries and help them out with their problems. It’s likely that the anime adaptation will focus on these character interactions to promote the game. This anime adaptation marks the first anniversary of the game’s release and follows a collaboration with Shadowverse in December.