Study extra about the world of Deep Madness in a brand new trailer for Sq. Enix’s bold new multimedia venture.
Deep Madness is the Remaining Fantasy writer’s try to inform one steady story that begins with a manga, continues into an anime collection, and eventually finishes with a online game. The anime facet of the franchise, subtitled The Misplaced Baby, is showcased within the new trailer and is being produced by Silver Hyperlink, the animation studio behind My Subsequent Life as a Villainess: All Routes Result in Doom! X and the upcoming gentle novel adaptation The World’s Best Murderer Will get Reincarnated in One other World as an Aristocrat. The anime collection will likely be directed by Shin Oonuma, who is thought for his or her earlier works on collection corresponding to Negima!? and Destiny/kaleid liner Prisma Illya.
Deep Madness takes place in a future the place mankind has found a weird biome deep beneath the South Pole. A brand new illness, “Randolph’s Syndrome,” which plunges its victims right into a deep coma, begins to unfold outward from this new setting. With thousands and thousands of individuals contaminated, humanity begins to ship explorers and scientists into the alien setting to discover a treatment to the illness.
The start of the story is instructed within the Deep Madness: Nirvana manga, which started serialization in Sq. Enix’s Shonen Gangan journal in 2020. The collection is written by Norimitsu Kaiho, who beforehand labored on the Danganronpa and Responsible Gear franchises, and Makoto Fukami, with artwork by Übel Blatt creator Etorouji Shiono. The anime serves as the center a part of the story, and can bridge the occasions of the unique manga to the ultimate arc of the story, which will likely be seen in Deep Madness: Asylum, a recreation which will likely be launched for Home windows PCs, in addition to iOS and Android units, in Japan this September.
Deep Madness: The Misplaced Baby will debut in Japan this October. As with the manga and the sport, a world launch exterior of Japan has not but been introduced.