The Premiere Date for Bleach: The Thousand Year Blood War Has Been Confirmed

The Premiere Date for Bleach: The Thousand Year Blood War Has Been Confirmed

The final story arc''s anime adaptation has a formal premiere date. It is now available worldwide on October 10, 2022. Viz Media, the manga publisher in North America, has confirmed that the show is a simulcast (will debut in official English-language channels and services at the same time as in Japan).

Viz has added a new trailer to show off additional footage from the series. As the video is region-locked, you may check it out at this link if you are in North America or Europe. The trailer is linked below.

The first footage from the film has a fascinating twist. It depicts a montage of scenes from early in the film arc, which shows the restoration of the Quincy Wandenreich, an ancient kingdom of Quincy led by their king, Uryuu. In addition, the trailer includes brief cuts from some of the fights between Ichigo and his associates, including Quilge Opie and several members of the elite Stern Ritter. In addition, the trailer also includes Scar by Kitani Tatsuya

A cour is also known as a 4-cour show. It is often used in anime broadcasting to denote a production block of 10 to 14 episodes, aired weekly in the last three months. In this case, a 4-cour broadcast suggests the show will run for between 40 and 52 episodes, with one or more interruptions in between. As such, fans may be sure the show will be available until 2023 or 2024, depending on the length or timing of the cour breaks.

The launch of international streaming plans has not been announced until October 10, 2022. Crunchyroll, Netflix, Muse Asia, Ani-One, and Bilibili are among the previous carriers of this group.

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