The New Yu-Gi-Oh Anime coming in 2017 features a never-before-heard name- Yusaku Fujiki. And, Yusaku Fujiki happens to be the main character. Know more about it before it premieres at Tokyo this spring.
The latest information about the upcoming show was first released via the Yu-Gi-Oh Twitter account. Although the show is yet untitled, the latest news shows profile of all-new main character called Yusuka Fujiki.
Where It Was First Announced:
But the very first official announcement on the launching of the all-new animated series took place during Shueisha’s Jump Festa. Since then, more and more official announcements have been making their way across the net.
Another source states that the theme of the new Yu-Gi-Oh! animated series focuses on encouraging children to realize their dreams. The all-new animated series is said to banner the maxim “One Step Forward, Let’s Try”.
The plot of the whole series revolves around Yusaka, an introvert and insecure lad. Eventually, the whole story progresses alongside Yusaka. As soon as Yusaka begins to discover his talents, the story shall also begin opening up an introducing various other duelists.
The Yu-Gi-Oh Anime Is Best For Dreamers And Children:
The Yu-Gi-Oh Anime explores and delves into children’s most private spaces in order that it could encourage children to dream, set goals and by all sense, be bold enough to take risks.
For the record, the upcoming series will prevail as the 4th update following the latest Arc-V’s Yu-Gi-Oh! in 2014. The other older series include Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX and the Yu-Gi-Oh 5D’s.
As per announcement by the Yu-Gi-Oh Twitter account, the main protagonist, Yusaku, once again delights audiences with a more rugged hair outline. Had he set a different look, Yusaku would not excite fans the way he does.
Besides the hair, Yusaku also displays the usual charms of the Duelists before him. But, the most beautiful part in him yet is his bright green eyes.
The latest 6th update of the popular Yu-Gi-Oh Anime is said to be premiered in the spring of 2017 at Tokyo Japan.