When will the twelfth episode of “Trapped in a Dating Sim” be available to watch online, and what are the odds that the anime will be picked up for a second season? On the anime schedule for the Spring season of 2022, the episodes of One Piece, Boruto, and Trapped in a Dating Sim: The World of Otome Games Is Tough for Mobs have primarily shown on Sundays.
Fans of the Isekai anime, which has had a great run so far, are already looking forward to what Round Two of the series may have in store for them. Sadly, the latter series is about to reach the end of its current season.
There is enough source material for as many as five seasons of the anime, even if the second season of Trapped in a Dating Sim: The World of Otome Games Is Tough for Mobs has not yet been officially announced as being renewed for production. Here is everything you need to know about the subject.
Release Date And Time For Trapped In A Dating Sim 12
On June 19th, the twelve and final episode of the first season of Trapped in a Dating Sim: The World of Otome Games Is Tough for Mobs will be made available online for the first time.
According to the streaming website on Crunchyroll, the following worldwide timings are when episode 12 of “No Matter How Tough the World of Otome Games Is” will be made available to watch online:
- Pacific Time – 6:30 AM
- Eastern Time – 9:30 AM
- British Time – 2:30 PM
- European Time – 3:30 PM
- India Time – 7 PM
- Philippine Time – 9:30 PM
- Australia Time – 11 PM
Trapped In A Dating Sim Season 2 Renewal
Trapped in a Dating Sim: The World of Otome Games Is Tough for Mobs has not been officially renewed for a second season as of yet, as was mentioned in the introduction. But, what are the possibilities that the anime series will return for another exciting journey?
The availability of content for Studio ENGI to utilize has significantly increased the likelihood of a second season of Trapped in a Dating Sim being produced. The original light novel written by Yomu Mishim serves as the source material for the series, and it is this availability of content that has significantly increased the likelihood of a second season being produced.
According to Anime Geek, it is anticipated that episode 12 will reach its completion around the end of the second light novel volume, which was released in Japan in October of 2018. The good news for fans is that as of the 19th of June, a total of ten complete light book volumes have been published domestically.
This indicates that there is sufficient source material for potentially five anime seasons to be adapted from the light novels. The series has also enjoyed a great deal of success in the Spring anime slate.
It currently has a rating of 7.1/10 on IMDB, 7.33/10 on MyAnimeList, and has been included in the AniTrenz Top Anime for the past 14 weeks in a row, despite the fact that it was only able to reach a peak position of 12th place. The only thing that raises a red flag is the fact that the anime has not significantly boosted the number of copies sold of the light novel or manga adaptations.
When you combine this information with the consensus that the first four light novel volumes represent the series’ highest quality work, it becomes clear that we will have to wait and see whether the domestic success in Japan will justify the costs associated with producing the second season of animation.
Where To Read The Original Series In English?
Despite the fact that Trapped in a Dating Sim: The World of Otome Games Is Tough for Mobs has ten light novel volumes available in Japan, only six of them have been translated into English. Seven Seas Entertainment has set release dates of October 11th and December 6th for the physical editions of volumes 7 and 8, respectively.
Fans may get their hands on actual copies of the light novel series Trapped in a Dating Sim: The World of Otome Games Is Tough for Mobs from retailers like RightStuf, Bookshop, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indigo, Indiebound, and Walmart.
Alternatively, you may purchase the ebook editions on platforms including Amazon Kindle, Book Walker, Google Play, Kobo, and Nook. Trapped in a Dating Sim also has a manga adaptation, of which 5 volumes are now available in English (through the aforementioned sites and directly from Seven Seas).