News The King of Fighters: Destiny CG Series Gets 2 More Seasons, Film
posted on 2018-01-11 00:32 EST by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The iDragons animation studio announced on Thursday that The King of Fighters: Destiny, the animated adaptation of The King of Fighters fighting game franchise, will get two more 24-episode seasons that will lead to a film finale. The announcement noted that the new seasons will take the series' story from The King of Fighters '94 to The King of Fighters '97, covering the games' Orochi story arc.
The first season will have 24 episodes (initially listed with 20), and is voiced by both Chinese and Japanese voice actors. A team that worked on the special effects of the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV film are working on the series. The first episode debuted on Steam last August and new episodes are streaming weekly. The series' 22nd episode streamed on December 27.
37Games acquired the majority stake in Japanese game developer SNK Playmore in 2015.
SNK released The King of Fighters XIV, the latest installment in the franchise, for PlayStation 4 in August 2016. SNK then released the game for PC via Steam last June.