Prologue is fairly neutral, but the very first chapter was... quite confusing. First, an infantile "God" appears, who claims to be protagonist's chat buddy (and the only friend) ; this is followed by what I can only describe as EXTREME WORSHIP of Chinese Communist Party (especially Mao Zedong) ; concluded with "God" turning from Mao into a Rozen Maiden character (the novel has no care for copyrights whatsoever), coquetting with the protagonist and then refusing to be held by him.
The second chapter has MC, for some reason, believing that all web-novels are real (questioning God why he's always looking for no-good douches and losers), then claiming that no real person would ever want to end up in another world, then reluctantly agreeing after God BEGS HIM ON HIS KNEES.
After establishing that MC is "not like all those fictional characters" (which is repeated several times afterwards), third chapter has MC asking to make his as OP as possible ("It’s one thing to read a novel and it’s another if you really pass through"), to which God responds "OK, but you can't leave your house". Then the novel makes it very clear that it's going to be uninventive about its details, as MC is given a copypasted floating HUD (this thing only made any sense in The Gamer) to turn his interactions with the world into an RTS of all things (including creation of obedient units from available resources... copypasted from videogames - mentioning HoMM in particular).
Then the most jarring (so far) development happens: MC is allowed to "summon" fictional characters from anime ("real" people would hate the idea of being taken from their world, but "abducting" anime characters is A-okay... Also, why specifically from anime, and not anything else? Like, anything chinese?). Judging by synopsis and the previous mentions of anime, I expect blatant usage of characters from existing works (which basically makes this novel a weird crossover fanfic). Well, at least these are not expected to be instantly loyal... Although, whether it's going to be handled in any remotely believable manner, remains to be seen.
By the way, before sending him off, "God" says that he's not immortal (despite confessing of being the Creator of worlds).