When Will Solo Leveling Anime Release in the US?

Solo Leveling Anime Release
Solo Leveling Anime Release

After years of long wait, finally, the anime series of hit manhwa Solo Leveling is official.

The anime adaption will be produced by A-1 studios and will release sometime in 2023. It’s the same studio that previously produced another hit anime adaptation, Kaguya-Sama: Love is War.

The solo leveling anime was announced at the recently concluded anime expo, where the A-1 studio also revealed the first tease trailer of the upcoming season.

That’s great, but where will the 1st season of solo leveling be available to release? Let’s find out –

Where to Watch Solo Leveling Anime in 2023?

Once released, the upcoming Solo Leveling Anime will be available to stream on Crunchyroll in the following continents –

  1. North America
  2. Central America
  3. South America
  4. Europe
  5. Africa
  6. Oceania
  7. the Middle East, and
  8. CIS.


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Is There a Trailer for Solo Leveling Anime?

Yes, there’s a teaser trailer of the upcoming solo leveling anime adaptation.

The teaser only shows a static picture of the show’s protagonist. It’s worth noting that the trailer also includes some artwork and photographs from the A-1-created webcomic. Hiroyuki Sawano, composer for Attack on Titan and much other anime, will score the series.

Here’s the official teaser –

What Solo Leveling Anime is all About?

The story takes place in a fantastical universe populated by magically gifted characters called Hunters. Sung Jinwoo, one of the world’s weakest Hunters, is the protagonist until an unknown force grants him the ability to level up. The people who earlier mocked his weakness are immediately proven wrong by his sudden surge in strength.

The source material for Solo Leveling was Chugong’s South Korean web novel, which found even greater success as a webcomic. Published initially digitally on KakaoPage, the webtoon has subsequently been serialized in print on the site and is now available for purchase in English print issues.

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