Jun Maeda's New P.A. Works/Key TV Anime 'The Day I Became a God' Announced, Teaser Trailer/Visual Released

The Day I Became a God TV anime is scheduled to premiere in October 2020

After being teased last month, the next project from Aniplex, visual novel studio Key, and anime studio P.A. Works from the mind of Angel Beats and Charlotte writer Jun Maeda (who also wrote CLANNAD) was finally announced on May 10 as a brand new TV anime titled The Day I Became a God.


The first teaser trailer and visual was released to celebrate the announcement alongside the release date and character designer reveal.


Announcement Tweet in English:


Teaser trailer:


Key visual:


The Day I Became a God


Translated synopsis from the official website:


Hina, a girl who awakens as a God, foreshadows the "end of the world." So, she chooses a boy.

As a companion to watch over, at the end...


Joining Jun Maeda on the original story and script is Na-Ga (Angel Beats, Charlotte) as the character designer, who also drew the above key visual. P.A. Works producer Mitsuhito Tsuji on the live stream that announced the TV anime discussed that the dialogue for the series was pre-recorded "to attempt new tempo of dialogue from Jun Maeda."


The Day I Became a God is scheduled to be broadcast from October 2020.


Source: P.A. Works on Twitter


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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs the YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram

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