New 'Chain Chronicle' Anime Trailer Arrives
The first look at the anime adaptation of the "Chain Chronicle" game was released back in August with the promo that arrived at the time. Recently, the anime adaptation release a new trailer as the project goes nearer. Fans based on the US are getting exceptionally excited and somehow, frustrated as the English dubbed version release was said to be delayed by the management.
Information was previously announced regarding the short-form series and the announcement of a regular TV series and then the official site for the project revealed that ahead of the TV series there will be a movie trilogy in theaters for a limited engagement of two weeks per screening.
The first film is set for a December 3rd, 2016 debut, the second on January 14th, 2017, and the third on February 11th, 2017, which qualifies as a spring 2017 debut for the TV series.
The feature films will be directed by Masashi Kudou with assistance from Hirokazu Hanai. They're working on the screenplay by Touko machida with Kudo handling the character designs as well. Telecom Animation Film and Graphinica are handling the animation, according to Fandom Post.
The eight-episode run of Chain Chronicle in its short-form adaptation in the fall 0f 2015 were directed by Takeshi Mori at Sotsu and Jumonji studios based on the scripts by QUALIA, the name of the group that wrong the original game scenario and the drama CD that came out previously. The series characters were designed by Hiromi Kato.
"Chain the world" serves as the opening theme song for the theatrical version of the three films. The ending theme song for the anime's television broadcast will be Tōyama's "True Destiny" song. Tōyama's single for both songs marks her solo debut as a singer. The single will ship on February 1. Tōyama is also voicing the role of the "legendary songstress" Mujika in the anime, according to Anime News Network.