The Solo Leveling anime was originally scheduled to be released in 2023, but it was later announced that it would be delayed to Winter 2024. The exact release date has not yet been confirmed, but it is expected to be sometime between January and March 2024.
The anime will be produced by A-1 Pictures, the same studio that produced the anime adaptation of Sword Art Online. It will be directed by Shunsuke Nakashige, who has also directed anime such as Kaguya-sama: Love is War and The Promised Neverland. The script will be written by Noboru Kimura, and the character designs will be by Tomoko Sudo. The music will be composed by Hiroyuki Sawano, who is known for his work on anime such as Attack on Titan and Guilty Crown.
The Solo Leveling anime is based on the popular webtoon of the same name. The webtoon follows the story of Sung Jinwoo, a low-level hunter who is given the ability to level up by a mysterious system. Jinwoo uses his newfound powers to become one of the strongest hunters in the world and protect humanity from the monsters that threaten it.
The anime adaptation of Solo Leveling has been highly anticipated by fans of the webtoon. The webtoon has been praised for its action-packed story, its well-developed characters, and its stunning visuals. The anime is expected to be a faithful adaptation of the webtoon, and it is sure to be a hit with fans of the series.
The number of episodes in the Solo Leveling anime has not yet been confirmed. However, the webtoon has 179 chapters, so it is likely that the anime will be at least 12 episodes long. If the anime adapts the webtoon at a rate of 2 chapters per episode, then it could be as long as 179/2 = 89 episodes.
It is also possible that the anime will be split into multiple seasons. This would allow the anime to cover more of the webtoon’s story and give the animators more time to create high-quality animation.
We will have to wait and see how many episodes the Solo Leveling anime will have when it is released in Winter 2024.