Published on May 10th, 2022
Not many anime fans have talked about the Seven Deadly Sins, since the anime series ended in 2021, but it looks like fans have a lot more to look forward to after the sequel anime announcement.
Seven Deadly Sins author, Nokaba Suzuki’s sequel manga series titled “The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse” is getting an anime adaptation. A new key visual has been released featuring the protagonist of the series.
There are no details shared about the cast, studio and the release date of the anime so far. Although fans will be hoping to get a ‘good’ studio to animate this project, considering the animation quality of Seven Deadly Sins season 3 and season 4.
Four Knights of the Apocalypse story is set 16 years after the events of the Seven Deadly Sins. The series follows the story of Percival, who lived with his grandfather on God’s Finger, a remote haven that sits high above the clouds. And though he loves the simple life, he learns that he is destined to become one of the four knights that will destroy the world. Percival sets out on his own to change his fate, during his journey he is seeking the 3 other knights that will destroy the world. He meets many familiar faces along the way.
Suzuki started Four Knights of the Apocalypse series in 2021, and the series has been collected into 6 volumes since then. The series has received quite a positive response from worldwide fans. Hopefully, it will get a better studio as well. Seven Deadly Sins is also getting a game adaptation which will be similar to Genshin Impact.
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