Minene arrives with Nishijima, who places Keigo under arrest. Their ability to predict each other's actions manages to overwhelm Yuno, resulting in her and Yuki getting injured and their diaries taken away. The series is licensed by in North America and in the United Kingdom. Aru and Yuno commence fighting and Aru manages to smash her cellphone, but Yuno pulls out a second cellphone and slashes at Aru's throat. For Yukiteru to survive, he must team up with another diary holder, a girl named Yuno. Future Diary follows , a socially awkward boy and one of the game's contestants who only wants to survive; , another one of the game's contestants and a friend, who would do anything to be with Yuki; , another contestant who is an infamous spy with a grudge against God; and , a genius teen detective and a friend of Yuki who investigates the true purpose of the game and Yuno's dark secrets. In the present, Yuki and Yuno get arrested by Nishijima and brought to Keigo.
Although Tsubaki's vision is poor, she is aware of this. Yuno then takes advantage of Kosaka's distraction and shoots at him with a crossbow. Later, Deus appears surprised by a random dish of food that appears next to his throne. He prefers to write a diary on his cell phone and talk to his imaginary friend, Deus Ex Machina? With Yuki and Yuno's help, the debris is cleared out and Marco and Ai die together as the tower collapses. With Minene beaten, Yuno approaches her other self. At the amusement park with Aru again, Murmur eats one of her candies, which turns her into an adult, to allow access to certain rides. Deus came to pick her up and put her to sleep before resuming his preparations.
This psychological thriller, based on the manga written and illustrated by Esuno Sakae, is about Yuki, a loner who's not very good with people. Yuno starts hacking at the followers with an axe and poses an ultimatum to Yuki, that is to either join her or die. Though obstacles stand in her way, Yuno will stop at nothing to meet her beloved once again. Yuki soon learns that he is only one player in a scary game, and that his new diary is his only tool. Yuno, Keigo and all the classmates work together to distract Minene, allowing Yuki to throw a dart at her Future Diary cellphone. Aru continues to be an observer for Deus without rebellion, and Deus contemplates of just letting the world end, despite protests from Third World Murmur.
The future somehow changes and Yuki gets a clean shot at Keigo. Murmur, dressed as a nurse, helps Kurou cope with his deep feeling of being lost, bringing him outside of the hospital. After learning his family has been rescued, Keigo asks Minene to take care of his son, apologizes to Yuki and breaks his own diary, removing himself from existence. As Yuno and Murmur arrive with the Third World Rea and Kurou hostage, Minene and Yuki flee with Third World Yuno in tow, while Minene lectures Yuki that the parents in the Third World are not his. He has what he believes is an imaginary friend called Deus Ex Machina. Instead of joining in with normal after school activities, Yuki writes in a cell phone diary. Nishijima, who has fallen in love with Minene, comes to her aid and destroys the supercomputer.
In the interrogation room, Keigo forces Yuki to play a rigged game of with his service revolver. Even though this is Yuno's doing, she has no recollection of the event, nor of Yuki visiting her house before. In response, Bacchus makes use of the diary of his secretary, , and manages to capture Hinata, Mao and Kosaka, as well as injure Minene and kill Nishijima. However, she became lonely when it began to rain. Yuno catches up to them and once again tries to fight them alone, while Yuki hides and attempts to help her with his diary's predictions. Yuki and Yuno are exonerated, thanks to files Keigo left behind, while Minene escapes yet again. Yuki does not pay too much attention, until he realizes that his diary has changed.
At night, Tsubaki's followers fall under the mind control of the Twelfth Future Diary Holder, , a and insane man bearing a large one-eyed mask who captured Minene, and close in on Yuki, Yuno and Tsubaki. The series, which is based off of a manga, or Japanese comic, follows the main character, Yuki Amano. Murmur appears inside Tsubaki's room, as if it were her own. Ai is maddened when she arrives, assuming he is cheating. The anime is produced by Studio Asread, directed by Naoto Hosoda, the script is written by Katsuhiko Takayama, character designs are by Hidetsugu Hirayama and art direction is by Toshiyuki Tokuda. Karyuudo communicates with everyone via radio, explaining that he mistook Aru as a Future Diary Holder, and after he warns Yuki about Keigo, who kills Karyuudo.
However, she cannot help but feel as if someone is missing from her life, someone so important to her that it was as if she had lived another life trying desperately to stay with them. When Kurou comes home injured, Yuki demands him to turn himself in for killing Rea, although there is no actual evidence to comply. Yuki throws Tsubaki's ball he found earlier up in the air, causing all of her followers to look at it. Terrified, Yuki runs home, only to find Yuno right outside his door. In order to confuse them, he has Minene feed Yuki false information. He manages to guess correctly this time, seeing that Yuki's diary predicts what only Yuki perceives.
The aim of this game is to eliminate the other diary holders, the winner succeeding Deus as god and can prevent the Apocalypse. Yuno gives up and starts chasing Reisuke around the house with a hammer and accidentally hits Rea in the head and knocks her out. Yuki and Yuno embrace as they prepare to fulfill their promise of stargazing together. The winner will become the new God of Time and Space. Meanwhile, Murmur wants to start a new survival game, coming up with archetypes for new cellphone diaries, but more versions of herself appear around her. She then introduces Karyuudo to the survival game while still wearing a dog costume.
As Yuno kills Kamado, a dying Aru, who knows the first diary he destroyed was real, suddenly has an about Yuno. Yuno overhears that he has promised to destroy it in return for the cancellation of his substantial debt and realizes he is being used by the Eleventh Future Diary Holder. Reisuke challenges Yuno to a game inside the house filled with nerve gas, promising the antidote if she manages to capture him. Meanwhile, Minene finds evading the police difficult, despite her ability to secure escape routes. Bacchus repeatedly contacts Deus and suggests new ideas for battle royales, but a disdained Deus sends Bacchus back before allowing him to finish his explanations.