Crunchyroll finally gave a major detail about the much-awaited anime adaptation of Tatsuki Fujimoto's "Chainsaw Man" on its website on Monday, May 16. The anime streaming service gets the right to air the series and it is now on its way to the network.

Crunchyroll announced it would stream "Chainsaw Man" anime in the latter half of the year, though it didn't give an exact release date. After being in production for more than two years, fans will finally see it come to fruition.

The network's content chief Asa Suehira said in a statement that the series is one of the most anticipated new anime this year, thanks to its dark humor, dynamic characters and sharp story. "Anime fans will be up all night thinking about the spectacular visuals and high-octane action," he said, via Entertainment Weekly.

For starters, the series takes place in a world full of devils and each manifests a nightmarish concept. The Zombie Devil can turn people into its "mindless zombie minions," while the Bat Devil eats humans for their blood like a vampire.

The main protagonist, Denji, is quite a devil himself. Despite that, he remains a relatable badass.

Being drowned in debt makes Denji do everything to make ends meet. Despite the hardships, he finds comfort in his dog, Pochita, the Chainsaw Devil.

When his life turns to its lowest low, Pochita helps him by fusing with his body, creating the new being, Chainsaw Man. He becomes a part devil and part human, who has the ability to emit chainsaws from his body and wreck monsters.

Meanwhile, in no time, "Chainsaw Man" will be simulcast on Crunchyroll worldwide, except for Asia. It will be seen in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East and CIS, per SportsKeeda. There are no words yet about it streaming in Asian countries.

It will be streamed in original Japanese and English dubs, while the additional dubbing languages are Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French and German.

So far, it is yet to announce its voice actors, though its list of staff is already revealed. It will be directed by "Jujutsu Kaisen" director Ryu Nakayama, along with the chief episode director Makoto Nakazono.

Its screenplay is handled by Hiroshi Seko, while its art director is Yusuke Takeda. Kazutaka Sugiyama works on character design, while Tatsuya Yoshihara is the action director and Ushio works on its music.

Fans just have to wait and see when "Chainsaw Man" will be officially out.