Demon Slayer ufotable studio working on the anime Genshin Impact

Demon Slayer ufotable studio working on the anime Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact is getting its animated anime series from ufotable, the studio behind Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.  (Photo: HoYoverse)

Genshin Impact is getting its animated anime series from ufotable, the studio behind Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. (Photo: HoYoverse)

Gacha Hugely successful open world RPG Genshin Impact is getting its animated series!

Developer HoYoverse revealed during the Genshin Impact Friday (September 16) in live streaming preview of version 3.1 they launched a long-term animated series project with ufotable, the leading Japanese animation studio behind blockbuster anime series Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.

In addition to the announcement, HoYoverse also premiered a concept trailer animated by ufotable featuring the Traveler Twins, Aether and Lumine, as well as Paimon.

There were also panoramic shots of several Mondstadt locations, such as Stormterror’s Lair and Dragonspine, beautifully depicted in ufotable’s signature anime style.

Yu Peng Chen, principal composer for Genshin Impact and sympathetically named by the Music Archon community, he also provided the original soundtrack for the trailer.

HoYoverse has not yet provided a timetable for the project, although we can expect them to be released in the coming years such as Genshin ImpactThe story of the game continues to unfold.

The developer also did not share further details on how a Genshin Impact it will look like an anime, whether it’s a full animated series or a series of OVAs or movies.

If you are unfamiliar with ufotable, they are best known for animation Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaibaabout the nighttime sensation and the most popular Shonen anime of recent years.

The studio also worked on the The Demon Slayer movie Mugen Trainseason 2 Arch of the entertainment districtand next season 3 Arch of the blacksmiths village.

Ufotable has also animated other anime like Destiny / Zero, Fate / stay night: Unlimited Bladeworksthe Kara No Kyoukai: Garden of Sinners movie series, as well as animated video game movies such as You tell of rising and the God Eater series.

Ufotable has also won numerous awards for his work for Demon Slayer, including Best Animation at the 2022 Crunchyroll Anime Awards and Animation of the Year at the 2020 Tokyo Anime Awards.

Ufotable’s work on Demon Slayer has given them a reputation for animating epic battle scenes, which are a gem for animation lovers due to their complexity, excellent direction, and unmatched style.

We are excited to see how their opinion on a Genshin Impact the anime will be successful!

Considering the overall storyline, we can expect that they will focus on the main storyline and Archon missions.

We can’t wait to see the game’s epic battle footage through ufotable viewing, including Liyue’s defense against Osial, the Traveler’s battles with Tartaglia and Raiden Shogun, and Raiden Ei against Raiden Shogun – the hype is real!

Genshin Impact is currently in version 3.0, which will run until September 28 and includes the release of Sumeru, Dendro, new characters, and loads of other content.

Genshin Impact versions 3.0, 3.1, and 3.2 will have five weeks shortened runtimes instead of the usual six weeks, likely to catch up with the game’s original release schedule after the 2.7 release was delayed in April.

Yan Ku is a full time dog parent, part time player (gacha) and part time writer.

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