Girls’ Frontline is a mobile strategy role-playing game, developed by MICA Team and produced by Yuzhong. It’s a game where you acquire soldiers known as T-Dolls and assemble squad titled “Echelons”, in order to complete missions. These female androids can be acquired and collected through a gacha mechanic, featuring dozens of different T-Dolls. It’s a single-player game that’s actually pretty well known, and it’ll soon skyrocket in popularity because of the Girls’ Frontline anime adaptation!
A brand new trailer has been released for Girls’ Frontline, showcasing the most beloved T-Dolls from the video games! It’s an action-packed trailer, that’s beautifully animated. However, that’s not surprising, as it’s produced by Asahi Production, a company that’s been around since 1973, making them 48 years old. Thus, I believe we can comfortably entrust Girls’ Frontline into their hands! However, the proof will be in the pudding, right? But Asahi Production has released some great anime, like Akudama Drive and the ongoing Peach Boy Riverside. Nevertheless, I suggest you give the Girls’ Frontline anime adaptation trailer a watch! You’ll find it below.
Girls’ Frontline is star-studded, featuring voice actors like Yukari Tamura and Haruka Tomatsu. In addition, they’ll be working alongisde Emiri Katou and Nozomi Yamane.
Watch M4A1, M4 SOPMOD II and ST AR-15 Wreak Havoc In the Debut Trailer for Girls’ Frontline!
Plot: “After the third world war, nations devastated by biological warfare no longer have the ability to protect the wastelands, so the defense of these territories is left to private military companies like Griffin & Kryuger, whose android soldiers or “tactical dolls” are tasked with fighting the rogue android army of Sangvis Ferri. Now M4A1, the indecisive but potentially capable leader of the elite “Anti-Rain” team must protect her comrades in a series of operations to try and regain the upper hand against Sangvis Ferri.”
Girl’s Frontline is directed by Shigeru Ueda, written by Hideyuki Kurata and produced by Asahi Production. For more, follow the anime’s Twitter or visit the official website.