A new trailer features Deep Insanity: The Lost Child, the new animated series from Square Enix and My Next Life as a Villainess’ Silver Link studio.
Learn more about the world of Deep madness in a new trailer for Square Enix’s ambitious new multimedia project.
Deep madness is the Final fantasy publisher’s attempt to tell a continuing story that begins with a manga, continues into an animated series, and ultimately ends in a video game. The anime aspect of the franchise, captioned The lost child, is featured in the new trailer and is produced by Silver Link, the animation studio behind My next life as a villain: all roads lead to misfortune! X and the next light novel adaptation The best assassin in the world is reincarnated in another world as an aristocrat. The animated series will be directed by Shin Oonuma, known for his previous work on series such as Negima !? and Fate / kaleid liner Prisma Illya.
Deep madness takes place in a future where humanity has discovered a strange biome deep in the South Pole. A new disease, “Randolph syndrome”, which plunges its victims into a deep coma, begins to spread from this new environment. With millions of people infected, humanity begins to send explorers and scientists to the alien environment to find a cure for the disease.
The beginning of the story is told in the Deep Insanity: Nirvana manga, which began serialization in Square Enix Shônen Gangan magazine in 2020. The series is written by Norimitsu Kaiho, who previously worked on the Danganronpa and Guilty equipment franchises, and Makoto Fukami, with the art of beautiful blatt creator Etorouji Shiono. The anime serves as the middle part of the story and will bridge the events of the original manga and the final story arc, which will be seen in Deep insanity: asylum, a game that will be released for Windows PCs, as well as iOS and Android devices, in Japan in September.
Deep Insanity: The Lost Child will debut in Japan in October. As with the manga and the game, an international release outside of Japan has yet to be announced.
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