86 Eighty-Six Season 2 Episode 5 Release Date, Time & Preview
The brand new episode 5 from the anime series 86 Eighty-Six Season 2 will be titled ‘Welcome Back‘.
There’s nothing worse than waiting on the next episode from your favourite TV show to come out. Thankfully, fans won’t have to wait too much longer as episode 5 of 86 Eighty-Six Season 2 is right around the corner.
Keep reading to find out more about its release date, time and a quick preview of what’s in store.
86 Eighty-Six, initially based on a Japanese science fiction light novel series by Asato Asato and illustrated by Shirabii, became an anime television series adaptation by A-1 Pictures which premiered this year in April.
After a long break, Season 2 returned which saw Shin and his friends had gone missing and Lena has been demoted from commanding Spearhead and is now in charge of conventional 86 unit, led by Cyclops.
When Does 86 Eighty-Six Season 2 Episode 5 Come Out?
Releasing on a weekly basis, 86 Eighty-Six Season 2 Episode 5 will come out this Sunday, 31 October 2021. This date will depend on what region you are currently in so for some, it will be Saturday.
The episode will be released under the title “Welcome Back”. If you are wondering where to catch 86 Eighty-Six, you can tune into Crunchyroll and if you sign up to the sites premium service, you’ll get to watch the newest episode an hour after Japanese viewers.
Release Time for 86 Eighty-Six Season 2 Episode 5
86 Eighty-Six Season 2 Episode 5 will be available to watch midnight JST in Japan on October 31. For all other timezone release times, you can check out the below list.
- Pacific Time: 9:30 AM (October 30th)
- Central Time: 11:30 AM (October 30th)
- Eastern Time: 12:30 PM (October 30th)
- British Time: 5:30 PM (October 30th)
- Indian Time: 10:00 PM (October 30th)
86 Eighty-Six Episode 5 ‘Welcome Back’ Preview
“With Federacy analysts predicting a massive Legion offensive, the Federacy military decides to reorganize its forces in order to prepare for the attack. Grethe takes the opportunity to reunite Shin and Nordlicht Squadron, who had been previously split up to assist other units. Grethe briefs Nordlicht about the coming Legion attack, as well as the discovery of several surviving countries, but they still haven’t gotten any response from the Republic.”
“Shin submits his comments about the Reginleif’s performance as well his own warning of the Legion attack, though Grethe is sceptical about the number of Legion he is describing. Frederica visits Shin and tells him more about Kiriya, who was part of the Nouzen clan and is Shin’s distant relative. She reveals that after the Empire declared war on its neighbours, the people rebelled against the royal family. Since the Legions were not designed to combat domestic rebellion, the royal family was forced to rely on their personal guard, and Kiriya eventually went insane trying to fight off the rebel army.”
“Eventually, Ernst was able to capture Frederica and faked her death. Believing Frederica was dead, Kiriya allowed himself to be taken by the Legion. Frederica then cautions Shin that he should seriously think about his future, which reminds him of Lena. Meanwhile, in the Republic, Lena continues preparing for the Legion attack, but it is shown that her unit has taken significant losses.”