After yet another sensational season, Overlord is ready to return for the fourth season. However, some factors seem to delay the publication of the anime’s new year. Well, we’ve separated everything you need to know so far.
Has The Fourth Season Of Overlord Been Confirmed?
Yes, and that’s been almost a year. But, since its announcement, little information has been confirmed so far. However, we are already aware that the ninth chapter of your light novel has already ended. That is, we have enough material for the production of a new season.
Another good news is the increase in popularity in its third part. This means that the anime can gain more notoriety from now on.
Premiere Date: What Day Does The 4th Overlord Season Arrive?
This is still a big question for anime fans. It is important to note that its production started even before the pandemic. However, production for the fourth season of Overlord was still hit by Covid-19.
However, some portals claim that the new year should arrive in early 2021. Therefore, we hope that by March, the episodes will be released.
Spoilers: What Will Happen?
During the third year, we followed that Ainz found the Kingdom of Wizards. Beside him, albedo and the other NPCs promised an alliance with him. However, Ainz, you will find it difficult to maintain this great kingdom. In this way, Albedo intervenes to try to help strengthen Kingdom authority.
The fourth season is likely to see Albedo training the Elder Liches as civil servants in the wizarding realm. Not only that, but she will also be involved in political affairs. This will certainly happen if the season is based on the events of volume 10 of the light novel.
The Overlord Storyline?
Like many anime shows, Overlord blurs the line between reality and virtual reality. Everything revolves around a virtual world that comes to life.
The anime takes place in the year 2126, a time of advanced technology and prosperity for humanity. In 2126, a DMMORPG called Yggdrasil is launched and quickly breaks new limits. With that, it becomes a game that allows unparalleled interactivity between users and the game world.
Understandably, Yggdrasil soon becomes a sensation and attracts hundreds of thousands of players. The game has a brilliant 12-year career at the peak of popularity, after which the developers decide to shut down the game servers.
In this scenario, the anime follows a character named Momonga. He commands a powerful guild called Ainz Ooal Gown in the game world. In the beginning, the guild was the strongest in the game world and had 41 elite players as members.
However, as the game’s popularity began to wane, so did Ainz Ooal Gown’s prominence – at the time the servers were scheduled to close, only four guild members remained.
Before ending the game, Momonga invites the remaining members of the guild for a final foray into the game world. However, only one takes your call, stays for a while, and leaves. Discouraged by the lack of interest from members of his guild, Momonga decides to remain logged in the game until the moment the servers are shut down.
When the servers are shut down, Momonga discovers, to her shock, that the game has not disappeared. Instead, he finds that Yggdrasil has been recreated as a reality of its own, and all of the game’s non-playable characters (NPCs) have come to life.