The anticipation of finishing a manga, before starting its anime is always priceless. As days go by, we get to access more and more mangas, which are soon turned into anime. These shows from Japan are seen all over the world, marking an influence of Japan and Japanese culture around the world. Yukiya Murasaki’s light book series How Not To Summon Demon Lord is authored by Yukiya Murasaki and drawn by Takahiro Tsurusaki. J-Novel Club publishes light novels in English. Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed a manga adaption by Naoto Fukuda that has been running since 2015. From July 5 to September 20, 2018, Ajia-do Animation Works aired an anime television series adaption. Tezuka Productions and Okuruto Noboru released a second season on April 9, 2021.
Takuma Sakamoto is a hikikomori gamer who is inexplicably transferred to the virtual world of his favourite MMORPG, Cross Reverie, when his own character, the Demon Lord Diablo, appears in the game. The two young girls who called him, the pantherian Rem and the elf Shera, attempt to make Takuma their servant with a spell, but the spell bounces owing to his magic ring’s power “Magic Reflection,” and both wind up with magic collars wrapped around their necks, thereby becoming his slave instead.
Takuma, who suffers from severe social anxiety, decides to act like his character when interacting with others, relying on his high stats and extensive knowledge of Cross Reverie’s lore to survive in his new environment. He travels with Rem and Shera in search of a way to remove their slave collars while also assisting them with the personal issues that led them to summon him in the first place.
How Not To Summon Demon Lord New Game For PS5, PC & Xbox Series X
For fans out there, there’s good news! How Not To Summon Demon Lord is going to get a mobile game version. The mobile game inspired by Murasaki’s manga is predicted to be launched this summer. It would be available for both iOS and Android phone players. It will be a free-to-play game, with options for in-app purchases. For gamers pre-registering the same, the publishing website is going to provide merchandise and autograph of the casts. Looking at this trend, we can soon expect How Not To Summon Demon Lord to get its PC and Console versions.