Back in September, Capcom announced that their upcoming Nintendo 3DS RPG spin-off Monster Hunter Stories would be receiving a television anime adaptation to air on the Japanese Fuji TV network; marking the first time the channel has allocated a daytime slot to an anime series since the debut of One Piece. The schedule for the AnimeJapan 2016 trade show, which is set to take place between 25-27th March next year, has revealed that the series is currently allocated for a 48-episode run. Monster Hunter Stories will be animated by David Production, the studio responsible for the smash-hit adaptations of Hirohiko Araki’s Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure manga.
The Monster Hunter Stories Nintendo 3DS game is currently scheduled to be released in Japan next year. You can watch the original reveal trailer for the game below:
An anime adaptation of Capcom’s Ace Attorney game series is also set to debut next year.