The past year has been a difficult one for everyone, and anyone in the workplace can attest to the uncertainties that have plagued 2020. While the going has been rough, the team behind My Hero Academia have been working hard to ensure that its fifth season is the best it can be. Things are moving along smoothly behind the scenes as the show's team aims to prep My Hero Academia for a Spring 2021 release. And thanks to a recent update, fans know deadlines are going according to plan with one team.
Over on Twitter, the update came from the sound director of My Hero Academia. Masafumi Mima is known for sharing content on social media, and they have given several sneak-peeks at production on season five. Now, the sound director says work on the soundtrack is done, and they are excited to see how the final product turns out.
本日も楽しく作業終了〜♫— 音響監督 三間雅文 (@Sunma47) November 15, 2020
"Our good work [on My Hero Academia]ended today... I totally forgot about time and immersed myself in the song selection [for season five]. I'm addicted to working as it's like playing a game," Mima shared. "It was a treat! Let's go home! Plus Ultra!"
As you can see, Mima is happy to have wrapped work on the season's music, and it falls to the animation team now to sync up the chosen tracks. This update has fans curious about how much production is left on season five. The show has several months to go before it even thinks of debuting. But with the soundtrack secure, fans could see. New trailer drop for My Hero Academia before too long. Jump Festa is right around the corner, and the annual convention would be the perfect place to gift fans with a new look at season five!