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Date a Live V's Creditless Opening Released on YouTube

Creditless version of the Date a Live V opening is now available on the official YouTube channel of Kadokawa Anime. You can watch the video below:

Date a Live V Opening Sequence (Paradoxes)

The title of the song is “Paradoxes”, by Miyu Tomita. The ending song titled “Hitohira”, by sweet ARMS, was also released previously:

Date a Live V Ending Sequence (Hitohira)

Date a Live V premiered on April 10, 2024, and it currently has 3 episodes available. Jun Nakagawa is directing it at studio GEEKTOYS. The same staff also worked in on the fourth season in 2022. Keitaro Motonaga directed the first season at AIC+ in 2013, the second season at Production IMS in 2014, and the fourth season at J.C. Staff in 2019. You can watch season 5 on Muse Asia and Crunchyroll. Muse Asia describes the plot of the current season as:

Spirits have the appearance of human girls, but they are different from humans.
They are even called the nemeses of mankind because of their powerful ability to cause disasters dubbed “”spatial quakes”” when they emerge from another dimension.
The only means that mankind has of dealing with the threat of these Spirits is to exterminate them by military force, or…
Date them and make them succumb to the power of love!
Shido Itsuka has the ability to seal the power of a Spirit by making her fall for him and kissing her.
He has been saving mankind and Spirits with his power, but a great upheaval is about to happen to him.
DEM Industry, one of the world’s largest corporations specializing in Realizer, is after the power of the Spirits and attacks with all its might to take away Shido’s life.
Then, a mysterious girl from the depths of Shido’s memory reveals herself.
The biggest battle in the history, with so many agendas intertwined, shall begin.

The anime is based on Koshi Tachibana’s Date a Live light novel series. Fujimi Shobo serialized it with Tsunako’s illustrations from 2011 to 2020, and it had a total of 22 volumes in circulation. Yen Press is publishing the light novel series in English.

Source: Official KADOKAWA YouTube
© Koshi Tachibana, Tsunako / KADOKAWA / “Date A Live V” Production Committee

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