Kodoani.com – The official Twitter account of KADOKAWA publisher Fujimi Fantasia Bunko shared an important announcement on October 3, announcing that the total print run of the long-titled isekai light novel series is “I Got a Cheat Skill in Another World and Became Unrivaled in the Real World, Too” by author Miku has surpassed 3 million copies (including manga adaptation and digital version).
The novel was originally posted on the Kakuyomu website in March 2017, before Fujimi Shobo began publishing the print version in December 2018. Currently, the original novel series has released 14 volumes, along with spin-off versions and manga versions. The manga adaptation is illustrated by Kazuomi Minatogawa and has five volumes.
Author Miku has expressed gratitude and gratitude to readers and loyal readers who have contributed to the success of the work. The novel has attracted great attention from the community and achieved significant success with an impressive number of copies printed.
— 美紅 (@aoimiku0505) October 3, 2023
The total number of copies in print of the series has exceeded 3 million. Thanks a lot. When the book was first published, I did not expect it to be so widely read. It’s all thanks to many people, including the novel’s illustrator Rein Kuwashima-san, the editor in charge of the series, and the readers. I look forward to your continued support.
In addition, the anime adaptation of the novel also aired 13 episodes from April to June 2023 and received support from a large audience.
The content of the series tells the journey of a boy named Yuuya, who is always bullied and abandoned in everyday life. However, everything changes when he discovers a strange door that takes him to a magical world where he has the chance to possess powerful skills and rare treasures. Yuuya decides to use these skills to create a new life for himself on Earth.
According to: Kodoani.com