There’s something special about Digimon, isn’t there? While the 1999 anime from is a classic, the 2020 Digimon Adventure Reboot is doing the original justice! But sadly there were complications, when the pandemic (COVID-19) changed the world. Not only in our personal lives, but also when it came to anime production. I mean, considering the lockdowns and people being low in spirits, we at least had our TV shows, right? However, about a month ago, the show restarted its broadcast, and now we’re about to enter the final stage of the reboot. Thus, we’ve got ourselves a brand new promotional video, featuring the new ending song, titled Dreamers, performed by ATEEZ! So, don’t let me hold you any longer. Watch and enjoy the Digimon Adventure reboot promo below!
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New Digimon Adventure (2020) Ending Theme Song Revealed In Promo
Plot: “In the year 2020, technology is everywhere. Every digital device around the world is connected by a singular network where data travels. Unbeknownst to humans, this network has become home to life forms known as “Digimon.”
Fifth-grader Taichi Yagami is preparing for summer camp when strange occurrences begin in Tokyo; certain electronic systems have started going haywire. When he discovers that his sister and mother are trapped on an unstoppable train, he rushes to the nearby station. Suddenly, Taichi is transported to another world where he meets a strange creature by the name of Agumon, who somehow already knows his name. Taichi also receives a strange device called a “Digivice,” which allows him to communicate with the undigitized world.
Taichi discovers he is in the “Network,” and virus-like Digimon are attacking the areas that maintain Tokyo’s electronic systems. It is up to Taichi and his new partner Agumon to stop these cyberattacks before the whole world is threatened by the actions of mischievous Digimon.”
Digimon Adventure (Digimon Adventure Reboot) is a 66-episode TV anime, directed by Masato Mitsuka, and produced by Toei Animation. It originally premiered in April, 2020. Now, Digimon is back! Thus, it’s time to enjoy the conclusion!