This last Sunday, March 6, Toei Animation reported that an unauthorized third party accessed the company’s computer system, so they assured that they would take some preventive measures to prevent important data from being leaked from the company’s network.
Now, a statement shared on March 11 on Toei Animation’s online site reported that the anime they are in charge of: “OnePiece”“Dragon Quest”, “Digimon ghost game” and “Delicious party precure”, their broadcasts on the small screen will be affected.
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Animes affected by Toei animation hack
- In the case of “Dragon quest: the adventure of Dai”, the official Twitter account of the cartoon explained that this Saturday, March 12, episode 31 will be broadcast and not 76 as planned, pending that it will come out in the next programming.
- One Piece will also follow the same path. On their website, those in charge assured that, for the time being, the anime will be on hiatus after March 20 and that in the course of these days they will mention what will be broadcast until further notice.
- Finally, the Twitter accounts of Delicious party precure and Digimon ghost game stated that they will give a new report on what content will arrive on Sunday, March 20.
- In the case of the first, this March 13 episode 6 will not be broadcast and, instead, chapter 4 will be repeated, so it will be necessary to wait for new updates on when the project will be resumed.
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Without a doubt, this news has not only affected Toei Animation, but also many productions that will have to adopt new alternatives to entertain the public while the hack in the company’s networks is solved.