Crunchyroll Adds "Chain Chronicle - The Light of Haecceitas –" Anime

Begins streaming tomorrow 12/16

Hark! A savage battle cry has sounded, “More new anime on Crunchyroll!” Thus, the saga of Chain Chronicle - The Light of Haecceitas – based on the popular video game from Sega, begins streaming soon! 


Starting from tomorrow Friday 12/16, 11:00am PST, we'll be launching the theatrical version for the first four episodes of Chain Chronicle - The Light of Haecceitas -!! The series will be available for premium users worldwide excluding Asia. We'll upload four new episodes every month.


Starting from Saturday 1/7, the TV broadcast version of Chain Chronicle will be available for both free and premium users worldwide excluding Asia, followed by one new episode per week. Launch times will be announced at a later date.


We are also super excited to announce that our friends at Funimation will be producing and streaming the simuldub for Chain Chronicle, so be sure to check out their site for more details, and check out the English dubbed version!



About Chain Chronicle - The Light of Haecceitas –

This is the story of the Chain Chronicle, a book that describes everything that happens in the world.

The citizens of the remote continent of Yggd once thought that there was nothing beyond their continent. The continent was divided into several regions, each with its own king. Though there were small skirmishes amongst them, a lord, chosen by the kings in conference, always maintained balance -- until the evil Black Army arrived.

"All will be engulfed in black."

The Volunteer Army, led by Yuri, was no match for the Black Army. During the fighting, the Lord of Black captures half of the Chain Chronicle, as well as the capital. During their retreat, Yuri and the Volunteer Army encounter a boy fighting the Black Army all by himself.

So begins the story of the Chain Chronicle, of the Volunteer Army's and Black Army's battles for the fate of the world, and of friendship.






Patrick Macias is editor in chief of Crunchyroll News & Otaku USA magazine.

He is also the writer of HYPERSONIC music clubParanoia Girls, & PARK Harajuku: Crisis Team!

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