Blue Archive The Animation Releases Aru trailer

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A Blue Archive The Animation character trailer has been released for Aru Rikuhachima (Reina Kondo) of the Gehenna Academy’s Problem Solver 68 club.

Blue Archive The Animation will premiere in Japan on April 7. The anime is inspired by the free-to-play “Youth x Academy x Military RPG” Blue Archive from NEXON Games, and will focus on the Countermeasures Committee of Abydos High School, which faces the threat of closure due to desertification. 

Google Play describes the game as:

You have been appointed as an advisor to the Federal Investigation Club, Schale, located in Kivotos. It’s a huge academy city where numerous academies are clustered together.

Resolve the endless incidents that occur in Kivotos with charming allies full of personality, and build special memories with them!

The Blue Archive game was released in Japan in February 2021 for iOS and Android. Yostar Inc. handles the Japanese distribution, while NEXON Company is the global publisher. There are multiple animated promotional videos for the game.


Staff

• Director: Daigo Yamagishi (Show By Rock!! Stars!!)
• Assistant director: Shunji Maki (Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion Z)
• Series composer: Hiroshi Oonugi (D_Cide Traumerei The Animation)
• Series composer: Daigo Yamagishi 
• Character designer and chief animation director: Hiromitsu Hagiwara (Nozo x KimiAzur Lane 5th Anniversary Anime PV)
• Color designer: Kouji Hamaoka (Azur Lane 5th Anniversary Anime PV)
• Art director: Kazuhiro Arai (Villainess Level 99: I May Be the Hidden Boss But I’m Not the Demon Lord)
• Compositing director: Haruka Gotou (Eternal Boys)
• Animation production: Yostar Pictures and studio CANDYBOX

Cast

• Yui Ogura as Shiroko Sunaokami
• Yumiri Hanamori as Hoshino Takanashi 
• Ayaka Oohashi as Serika Kuromi
• Chiyuki Miura as Nonomi Izayoi
• Sayaka Harada as Ayane Okusora 
• Konomi Kohara as Arona
• Shogo Sakata as Sensei


Source: Blue Archive YouTube channel

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