An anime adaptation aired based also on the PlayStation 3 port. The anime is directed by Tomoki Kobayashi and its series composition done by Tōko Machida. The animation is done by White Fox and T3Works is the series' production committee.[15]

The series began airing on April 6, 2009, incorporating the additional scenario and characters in the PlayStation 3 release. In addition to its Japanese premiere, the anime has been simulcast and received its English language premiere on Animax Asia on the same day at 12:35 am across its networks on Southeast Asia, the same time the series will receive its Japanese premiere at 01:35 am Japanese Standard Time.[16][17] This would be the fastest premiere of an anime outside Japan.[16] On March 20, 2009, it was further confirmed that the series would indeed be simulcast with Japanese audio and English subtitles with Malay subtitles for Malaysia; being the first of its kind.[17][18]

The anime uses the same voice actors from the PlayStation 3 game, with Tōru Ōkawa, Yūko Gotō and Makoto Ishii voicing Arawn, Riannon and Arthur respectively.[15] The series' opening and ending theme are "Free and Dream" and "True Sky, Blue Sky" which are sung by Suara and Aira Yūki respectively.[15] Both singles were released on April 22, 2009 by King Records and Bandai Visual respectively.[19] While there was also an insert song titled "Until", used in episode 17. It was sung by Rena Uehara. An original soundtrack for the series done by Takayuki Hattori[15] was released on June 24, 2009. It mainly contains background music along with the TV size ending theme. The CD bears the catalog number LACA-5925.[19]

The first volume of both DVD and Blu-ray went on sale on June 17, 2009 and subsequent volumes will be released every month by Pony Canyon.[20] The first volume's cover features Arawn and Riannon[21] while the second features Arthur and Morgan.[22] Both first and second volumes of the limited edition includes a 20-page full-color booklet as well as h