The previously announced Berserk: The Golden Age Arc MEMORIAL EDITION has received a new visual, along with a new trailer. It’s a re-edited version of the original Berserk: The Golden Age Arc movie trilogy, and will be produced by Studio 4°C. It is scheduled to premiere on October 1, and you can check out the new trailer:
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The trailer also features the ending theme “Wish” by Mika Nakashima. Take a look at the new key visual:
The first film Berserk: The Golden Age Arc: I – The Egg of the King premiered in February 2012, followed by Berserk: The Golden Age Arc: II – The Battle for Doldrey in June 2012. Berserk: The Golden Age Arc: III: The Advent was released in February 2013. They describe the story:
He trusts nothing but his own sword. He has no place to call home. The lone mercenary Guts travels a land ravaged by a hundred-year war. Moving from battlefield to battlefield, his skill and ferocity eventually attract the attention of Griffith, the leader of a group of mercenaries called The Band of the Hawk. Desiring Guts’s power to help him achieve his goals, Griffith succeeds in recruiting the distrustful Guts by challenging him to a duel and defeating him.
As the Band of the Hawk fight together and their bond as a unit grows stronger, Griffith and Guts’s bond deepens as well. With their continued success on the battlefield, Griffith achieves the first step toward his lofty goals: his band of mercenaries becomes recognized as a full-fledged army within the Midland Kingdom. Despite all their success, Guts begins to question his reasons for fighting for Griffith’s dream, which, unbeknownst to Guts, is destined to bestow a monstrous fate on them both.
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