Not many fan talked about the Seven Deadly Sins because the anime series ended in 2021, but it looks like that there is more to look forward for fans after the announcement of its sequel.
Nokaba Suzuki’s sequel manga series, “The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse,” is getting an anime adaptation. A new key visual featuring the series’ protagonist has been released.
here is the key visual
So far, no information has been released about the anime’s cast, studio, or release date. Considering the animation quality of Seven Deadly Sins seasons 3 and 4, fans will be hoping for a ‘good’ studio to animate this project.
The story of Four Knights of the Apocalypse takes place 16 years after the events of the Seven Deadly Sins. The story follows Percival, who lives with his grandfather on God’s Finger, a remote haven high above the clouds. And, despite his love of the simple life, he discovers that he is doomed to become one of the four knights who will destroy the world. Percival sets out on his own to change his fate, and along the way, he seeks the three other knights who will destroy the world. Along the way, he encounters many familiar faces.
Suzuki began the Four Knights of the Apocalypse series in 2021, and it has since been collected into six volumes. The series has gotten a lot of positive feedback from fans all over the world. Hopefully, it will also get a better studio. Seven Deadly Sins will also be adapted into a game, similar to Genshin Impact.