In a thrilling revelation at the “Synduality Project TGS Special Stage” event during the Tokyo Game Show, it was officially announced that the Synduality: Noir anime is all set for a second season.
This exciting development has left anime enthusiasts buzzing with anticipation as they look forward to what lies ahead in the world of Synduality.
SYNDUALITY Noir Anime Trailer
The event also treated fans to a special “Old Amasia Investigation Trailer” for Bandai Namco Group’s SYNDUALITY Echo of Ada shooting game. This tantalizing trailer is bound to fuel the excitement surrounding the franchise and its intricate storyline.
A Recap of the Debut
For those who might have missed the initial launch, the Synduality: Noir anime first graced our screens on July 10. The anime has been making waves globally, with Disney+ exclusively streaming it for an international audience as it airs in Japan.
The game is set in the distant future, specifically the year 2222. However, the anime takes a leap forward, throwing us into a world two decades later in 2242. This intriguing shift in the timeline promises new adventures and mysteries to uncover.
SYNDUALITY Noir Cast and Staff
The anime’s earlier announcement of its cast had fans excitedly awaiting the series. The stellar lineup includes:
- Takeo Ōtsuka as Kanata
- Aoi Koga as Noir
- Nagisa Aoyama as Ciel
- Yūsuke Kobayashi as Tokio
- Fuminori Komatsu as Mouton
- Konomi Inagaki as Ellie
- Ayaka Ohashi as Ange
- Taito Ban as Kurokamen
- M.A.O as Schnee
- Daisuke Sakaguchi as Michael
- Daiki Hamano as Bob
- Miku Itō as Maria
- Ryoka Yuzuki as Claudia
- Marika Kōno as Flamme
The combination of these talented actors is bound to bring the characters to life in a way that keeps fans eagerly watching.
A successful anime is more than just its cast; it’s also about the team behind the scenes. Synduality: Noir is fortunate to have a team that includes:
- Director: Yūsuke Yamamoto (known for works like “Encouragement of Climb” and “Knight’s & Magic”)
- Original Story Concept: Hajime Kamoshida (famous for “Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai”)
- Series Script Supervisor: Takashi Aoshima (notable for “Himouto! Umaru-chan” and “Mitsudomoe”)
- Animation Character Design & Chief Animation Director: Kenichirō Katsura (known for “Macross 7” and “Comic Party: Revolution”)
- Production Design: Kō Inaba
- Legendary Design: Kazutaka Miyatake (recognized for his work on “Macross” and “Space Battleship Yamato”)
- Art Director: Kenta Masuda
- Music: Masato Nakayama (famous for “22/7” and “We Never Learn: BOKUBEN”)
- Animation Production: 8-Bit
With such an impressive team, Synduality: Noir is poised to continue its successful run in the world of anime.
SYNDUALITY Noir Anime Music
Any anime worth its salt knows the importance of a captivating soundtrack. Synduality: Noir is no exception. The opening theme, “Raytracer,” is performed by STEREO DIVE FOUNDATION, setting the tone for the series. The ending theme, “Eureka,” is brought to life by ARCANA PROJECT. These musical pieces will undoubtedly enhance the overall viewing experience.
SYNDUALITY Noir Game
Synduality isn’t just about anime; it’s a multi-dimensional experience. The franchise extends to gaming with “Synduality: Echo of Ada,” a third-person shooter game set to release this year for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.
SYNDUALITY Noir Plot
The game transports players to the year 2222, a time when a mysterious rain, “Tears of the New Moon,” threatened humanity’s existence. To survive, humans retreated underground, creating Amasia, a dystopian city. Their world is shaken when they encounter an Artificial Intelligence named Magus, and the story of their coexistence begins.
SYNDUALITY Noir Manga
The Synduality franchise goes even further with “Synduality: Ellie,” a manga spinoff that focuses on the titular character. This manga, illustrated by Hiroshi Mishima, was launched in Kadokawa’s Monthly Comic Alive magazine on July 26. Additionally, there is a novelization under Kadokawa’s MF Bunko J label. Fans of the series will undoubtedly relish this expansion of the Synduality world.
For those who love a good story, the franchise offers a novel spinoff titled “Synduality: Kaleido,” a “photo story” that premiered in Hobby Japan’s Monthly Hobby Japan magazine on July 25. This is yet another exciting dimension of the Synduality universe, catering to a variety of tastes.
Frequently Asked Question
The second season of Synduality: Noir has been officially announced, but a specific air date has not been confirmed. Stay tuned for updates.
You can exclusively stream Synduality: Noir on Disney+ as it airs in Japan.
Yes, there are spinoff manga and novelizations, such as “Synduality: Ellie” and “Synduality: Kaleido,” offering additional stories within the Synduality universe.
Source: Comic Natalie