The most exciting news for the fans of anime has come across. So, Funimation is completely merging with Crunchyroll making the latter the world’s biggest anime library. Moreover, another site called Wakanim is also shifting under the umbrella. With this, Crunchyroll has launched a long list of anime series that will begin getting streamed on its platform. On the other hand, fans have started to bring up a few holes in the process. So, which Funimation titles are available on Crunchyroll now? Here are all the details.
The news has completely taken over the internet as soon as it hit. According to the makers, it is all being done for the anime enthusiasts and only profits them. The merge will bring all the shows, be it dub or dub, into a singular service. While a few fans worry about their annual subscriptions, other questions also rise up.
Funimation Titles That Are Available On Crunchyroll Now!
Now, as per the words of the streaming platform itself, all anime will be available on one service, Crunchyroll. With this, fans will find more options for subs dubs and get the facility of 10 languages in over 52 countries. Moreover, an ultimatum from the platform has also surfaced, announcing that all anime from the Spring season will only stream on Crunchyroll. Hence, the anime fans soon will have to shift to Crunchyroll. For such an instance, the site is completely ready and offers a free premium account for the first 60 days.
A few of the big names that will only be available on Crunchyroll from now on are Goblin Slayer, Fruit Basket and all its seasons, My Hero Academia from season 1 to 5, That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime, and many more. The list goes on, adding Tokyo Ghoul, Yuri on Ice, The Promised Neverland, Plunderer, and Mushoku Tensei. It is also notable that the fans worried about their annual subscriptions with Funimation are provided with FAQs about the sites.
Anime Fans Desire A Few Changes!
Now, it is clear that the merge has taken over the internet. However, a few anime fans have also offered their distaste for the current versions and are hoping that the next version will handle all the bugs. According to the subscribers of Funimation, the site offers a smart TV app that helps the viewers to watch the show. However, Crunchyroll lacks this detail. Moreover, Crunchyroll’s mobile version is said to have a few bugs, which disables the users from reading the anime series’ title properly. And also does not showcase the available languages.
On the other hand, fans are also debating that the prices will soon hike after a few years. However, some anime fans seem genuinely happy about Yu Yu Hakusho’s return on the site. However, fan-favorite series such as The Case Study Of Vanitas or Sonny Boy, Dragon Ball were nowhere to be seen. But fans are not to fret since the global site will soon launch more series that will join the platform. Notably, the site will keep updating the fans about the new shows. All in all, many Redditors have already claimed to cancel their Funimation accounts for Crunchyroll. Finally, for more updates, stay tuned.