Solo Leveling Confirms Release Date as Latest Trailer Gears Up Fans for Sung Jinwoo’s Anime Debut

Official Release Date Along With New Ending Theme Song Announced in New Trailer of Solo Leveling.

Solo Leveling Confirms Release Date as Latest Trailer Gears Up Fans for Sung Jinwoo’s Anime Debut


  • According to the official accounts for the upcoming anime adaptation of Solo Leveling, the show will debut globally on Crunchyroll on January 6, 2024.
  • Along with the premiere date announcement, a fresh, captivating trailer providing a synopsis of the upcoming show was released.
  • The series' final theme song was also revealed along with the trailer and the release date.
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The official release date of Solo Leveling, an anime adaptation that has been highly anticipated in recent times, has finally been revealed. The official website of Solo Leveling and Crunchyroll has finally confirmed the release date Along with the release date of the anime adaptation, the official website unveiled the second trailer for the Solo Leveling series. 


It is among the most well-known web novel series worldwide, if not the most well-known. An anime based on the webtoon was originally scheduled to debut in 2023, but that date was later pushed back during Anime Expo 2022. 

Solo Leveling
Solo Leveling

Fans, however, are eager to see their beloved manhwa series turned into anime now that the official release date has been revealed. Since the webtoon became well-known for its amazing artwork and gripping story, there has been a strong demand for the anime adaptation of Solo Leveling. Along with the release date, the ending theme song of the series has also been confirmed by Solo Leveling’s official website.


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Solo Leveling Official Release Date Confirmed

Currently, in its second season, Solo Leveling’s webtoon has been translated into multiple languages and is read by over 30 million people worldwide. The already-finished web novel has received accolades for its uniqueness as well. In addition, fans are eager for the anime to debut so that, like the webtoon and web novel, it can shatter records. 

Sung Jin-Woo
Sung Jin Woo – Solo Leveling

The official website of Solo Leveling recently announced that the anime will debut in January 2024. The upcoming Solo Leveling anime adaptation’s official accounts revealed that the show will premiere globally on Crunchyroll on January 6, 2024.


There is no better way for fans of Solo Leveling to begin the year than by binge-watching the anime adaptation of their beloved series. The announcement of the premiere date is accompanied by a brand-new, intriguing trailer that offers an overview of the upcoming show. Along with the trailer and the release date, the ending theme song was also announced for the series.

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Ending Theme Song For Solo Leveling Also Confirmed

Written by Chugong and illustrated by the late artist DUBU, the Solo Leveling anime is being produced by A-1 Pictures. Featuring Hiroyuki Sawano as the composer, sister group BTS, TOMORROW x TOGETHER will play the theme song “LEveL.” 

Solo Leveling
Solo Leveling

Noboru Kimura is writing the screenplay for A-1 Pictures’ anime adaptation of Solo Leveling, which is directed by Shunsuke Nakashige. Other than English, the Solo Leveling anime will be produced and dubbed; specifics and release windows for those versions of the show will be revealed at a later time. 


However, The official Solo Leveling Twitter account and a brand new trailer confirm that Krage will perform the ending theme song “Request” and the second trailer also includes a glimpse of the ending song. Fans have been waiting for the series for quite a long time and now finally the series has got the release date which has made them quite excited for their favorite series.

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