What Time Does Star Wars Visions Come Out on Disney Plus?
Get ready to see more of Star Wars on Disney Plus.
Star Wars: Visions is finally close to its premiere on Disney’s streaming service. If you’re a Star Wars fan who’s eager to watch the new animation series, here’s everything you need to know about its release schedule.
Produced by Lucasfilm Animation, Star Wars: Visions is an upcoming Japanese animation series. The anthology show will feature nine episodes, telling different amazing stories. Interestingly, each tale in Visions will be set in the Star Wars Universe.
Several legendary animation studios have worked on this project. That’s one of the primary reasons why the entire anime and the Star Wars community is waiting for the show to come out.
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When Does Star Wars VisionsCome Out?
Star Wars: Visions is scheduled to premiere with the release of all nine episodes on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021.
You can watch the new anthology series exclusive on Disney Plus. Honestly, if you’re an anime fan, you wouldn’t want to miss out on this fantastic show. So, maybe it’s time to take the subscription to the streaming service if you don’t have it already.
Disney Plus generally updates the library with new movies and tv shows at midnight PDT (Pacific Timing). So, you can expect Star Wars Visions to premiere strictly at 12:00 AM PDT on September 22nd, 2021.
Of course, the time may vary depending on your region. Anyway, don’t fret because here’s the exact release time of episode 1 for different time zones:
- Pacific Time: 12:00 AM PDT
- Central Time: 2:00 AM CDT
- Eastern Time: 3:00 AM EDT
- British Time: 8:00 AM BST
- European Time: 9:00 AM CEST
- Indian Time: 12:30 PM IST
- Japan Time: 4:00 PM JST
- Australian Time: 5:00 PM AEST
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Star Wars Visions Episode Count
Disney plus confirmed that Star Wars Visions would consist of nine amazing episodes. The first episode is titled “The Duel,” featuring Ronin, the wandering Samurai. Interestingly, Kamikaze Douga, the animation studio that gave us the Batman Ninja movie, has worked on Episode 1.
Besides that, titles for all other episodes of Star Wars Visions are also out; here you go:
- “The Duel” (Kamikaze Douga)
- “Lop and Ocho” (Geno Studio)
- “Tatooine Rhapsody” (Studio Colorido)
- “The Twins” (Trigger)
- “The Elder” (Trigger)
- “The Village Bride” (Kinema Citrus)
- “Akakiri” (Science Saru)
- “T0-B1” (Science Saru)
- “The Ninth Jedi” (Production IG)