Solo Leveling Anime

Solo Leveling is getting an anime adaptation here’s evidence

In recent years there have been rumors that the popular Manhwa Solo Leveling will receive an anime adaptation. Until now, however, there was no evidence to support these rumors, but that has now apparently changed.

Solo Leveling Anime

Fans of anime and manhwa from around the world have been demanding an adaptation for years, but since anime adaptations based on manwhas are very rare, many believed that solo leveling would never get an anime. However, it now looks like fans are finally getting their wish!

Solo Leveling Anime Website with domain “sololeveling-anime.net” was registered by GMO Internet, a Tokyo-based company. The same company is also responsible for Sword Art Online’s anime website.

The news that a solo leveling anime domain was registered by GMO Internet has spread like wildfire on social media. However, if you visit the website, there is nothing there yet.

Due to the fact that both the Solo Leveling and Sword Art Online anime websites were registered by the same company, it is now believed that Solo Leveling will also be animated by A-1 Pictures. The anime Twitter account @_AnimeHype said, “Solo Leveling will be produced by (Aniplex x Crunchyroll ).” It also revealed that the announcement won’t come out until next month in July.

Solo Leveling: Manhwa

Solo Leveling is a famous manhwa read by millions of people around the world. The manhwa has already been completed with 179 chapters and a solo leveling game is currently in development.

The manhwa is based on the web novel Only I level up. Only I Level Up is a South Korean web novel written by Chugong. It was published on Kakao’s digital comics and fiction platform, KakaoPage, on July 25, 2016, and was later published by D&C Media under their Papyrus label on November 4, 2016.

Here’s the proof:

Solo Leveling Anime Domain Registration
Solo Leveling Anime Domain Registration
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