Earlier this month, a TV anime adaptation was announced announced for Light Tuchihi's light novel Kyukyoku Shinka Shita Full Dive RPG ga Genjitsu Yorimo Kuso-Gee Dattara (What If the ultimate evolved full-dive RPG is a Crappier Game Than Reality), With a start date set for April 2021. Now we have our first look at the adaptation in the first promo video, which arrived along with a few cast announcements.
First up, the trailer:
The latest cast additions include:
VA: Katsuyuki Konishi
VA: Satoshi Hino
VA: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
Previously announced cast members:
VA: Daiki Yamashita
VA: Ayana Taketatsu
VA: Ai Fairouz
VA: Shiori Izawa
VA: Aoi Koga
VA: Haruki Ishiya
Kazuya Miura ((Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!) Is attached to direct, alongside series composition writer Kenta Inohara ((Cautious Hero: The Hero Is Overpowered but Overly Cautious). ENGI ((Uzaki-chan) works on anime production.
A dull high school student, Hiro Yuuki, acquired the full-dive RPG "Kiwame Quest" by chance. The game, created with the best of technology, lives up to its catchphrase "Mastering Realism." The graphics, the behavior of NPCs, The scent of plants and trees, and the breeze that strokes your skin, everything is the ultimate in quality. –Except the fact it is too realistic to make it a troublesome game that it is impossible to clear! "More than 10,000,000,000,000,000 flags! ? My physical abilities are the same as in the real world !! "" Yes. If you get hit, it hurts, and if you get cut, the wound doesn't heal for days. It's the most realistic game ever! "The only reward is a sense of accomplishment. Conquer the most stressful game of all time, which can't be played lightly! "
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