At the end of the rebroadcast of Youjo Senki's second episode on Tuesday, it was announced that the series will receive an anime film following the events of the TV series. More information about the new project will be announced at a later date.
Produced by studio NUT, the anime was broadcast for 12 episodes in Winter 2017. Crunchyroll simulcast the anime as it aired in Japan, and Funimation simultaneously streamed the series with an English dub.
Written by Carlo Zen with illustrations by Shinobu Shinotsuki, the military novel of the same title has been published by Enterbrain since October 2013. The series has eight volumes in print, with the ninth volume to be shipped on January 12. Chika Toujou is drawing the novel's manga adaptation, which has been serialized in Comp Ace magazine since April 2016. Kadokawa published the seventh compiled volume of the manga in November 2017.
Yen Press has licensed both the novel and the manga in English. The novel's first volume was published on December 19 last year, while the first volume of the manga is scheduled to be released this quarter.