"Battle Girl High School" will have its anime adaptation released on summer 2017.
COLOPL revealed the airing date for their hit role-playing mobile game during the Battle Girl Fes. Dai-Shinju-Sai event held on Jan. 8, according to Anime News Network. In April 2016, during the game's first anniversary, COLOPL announced that there will be an anime series of "Battle Girl High School," as per Crunchyroll. No further details were announced, up until their most recent event. The studio behind the anime adaptation has not been revealed yet though.
The free-to-play app is set on the year 2045 and the world is under invasion from mysterious monsters from space called Irōsu. Players are assigned as a male teacher at the Shinjugammine Girls Academy, who train ordinary girls called the Hoshimori (Star Guardians) to fight against these invaders. COLOPL launched "Battle Girls High School" on April 2015 and the game immediately picked traction within Japanese fans, attracting 2 million players in just a span of 4 months.
"Battle Girls High School" is a mix of action RPG and dating simulation, where the player trains the female characters to build relationships, collect materials, manufacture weapons and battle against the monsters. The game makes use of the 1-finger control system to move and command the characters.
Players can also unlock chapters and songs from accomplishing achievements in the game. The female characters in "Battle Girls High School" also have various idol units available, with character songs that can be unlocked as players reach certain milestones. The game features famous voice actresses such as Aoi Yuuki, Ayane Sakura, Yumi Igarashi and many more.
The event also announced that the 4-koma manga adaptation "Battle Girl High School The 4 Koma" by Makoto Sakurai will be renewed and the game will be featured as the front cover of Kadokawa's Comptiq magazine in the February issue.
"Battle Girls High School" is available both in Android and iOS in Japan. Watch the PV trailer of the game here: