During an anniversary broadcast, the platform Anime Onegai officially announced that the anime adaptation of the visual novels Yosuga no Sora: In solitude where we are least alone will have a dubbing into Latin Spanish which will appear in their catalog at a date to be announced. Details on the dubbing cast will be announced shortly.

This was also announced during the same broadcast Anime Onegai will be responsible for distributing the second season of always zeroon an equal footing with crispy roll. Nevertheless, Anime Onegai will also offer simultaneous dubbing into Latin Spanish, which will be available at a date to be announced. According to what has been said, the negotiation of the broadcasting rights does not include the first season for Anime Onegaibut the compilation film that summarizes the entire first part.

For his part Yosuga no Sora is an adult visual novel developed by CUFFS and released for Windows operating systems in December 2008. A sequel entitled Haruka no Sora Released in October 2009, it featured new and expanded scenarios for various characters from the original episode. The visual novel inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by the studios. feelLed by Takeo Takahashi and scripts written by Naruhisa Arakawapublished in October 2010.

Summary of Yosuga no Sora

Tragically orphaned by a car accident, the Kasugano twins travel by train to their grandparents' country home, hoping to piece together the fragments of a shattered life. Two lonely souls, so alike physically but so different spiritually, unaware of the challenges the coming days will bring.

Unsure of the future, Haruka Kasugano clutches memories of the past in hopes of finding the strength she needs to protect her ailing sister. As the story unfolds, four subplots will unfold simultaneously, each starring a girl: rich but kind, educated but sad, depressed but hopeful, and small but wild.

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