Date A Live Season 4 Moves to 2022, Releases 1st Full Trailer

The series was originally scheduled for October 2021

Date A Live


Fans of the Date A Live franchise will have to wait a little longer for the fourth season as the first trailer for the upcoming TV anime, based on the light novel by Koshi Tachibana, revealed today that the series has moved from the previously announced October 2021 slot to sometime in 2022.



Jun Nakagawa returns to the series at GEEKTOYS after directing the Date A Bullet anime films, with Naoto Nakamura also returning as the character designer, and Go Sakabe as the music composer, who also did the music for the first three anime seasons. Fumihiko Shimo (Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid) is writing the series composition. The cast from the first three seasons returns for Date A Live IV.


Previously released visual:

Date A Live IV


Three seasons of the Date A Live TV anime have been broadcast so far, with all the seasons currently streaming on Crunchyroll. The streamer describe the series as such:


Ordinary high school boy Shido discovers a mysterious girl at ground zero of a recent spacequake. Shido learns, through his sister Kotori, that the girl is one of the Spirits: mystical creatures responsible for the spacequakes. Shido is recruited to help “seal” the sprits and end their threat to mankind. There’s just one catch: the only way to seal a spirit—is to make her fall in love with you.


Source: KADOKAWA on YouTube


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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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