World Trigger Season 3 Episode 1 Release Date, Time, & Where to Watch
Season 3 of the anime is almost here.
Season 3 of the World Trigger anime series is finally close to its official release worldwide. And if you are wondering when you’ll get to watch episode 1 of the new season, here’s everything you need to know.
Produced by Toei Animation, World Trigger is a popular Japanese anime based on a manga written and illustrated by Daisuke Ashihara. The studio premiered the first season of the anime adaptation back in 2014.
Season 1 featured a total of 74 episodes, and it successfully grabbed the attention of millions of worldwide viewers. So, it’s no wonder that Toei Animation renewed the series for two more seasons.
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What’s The Plot of World Trigger?
World Trigger follows the events of Mikado City after a mysterious gate appears right outside the city. Suddenly, several monsters or “Neighbors” start emerging from the gate, overwhelming the entire human population.
Humans try their best to defend themselves against these monsters, but sadly, regular firearms turn ineffective against the enemy. However, an organization called Defense Agency, or “Border,” appears and defends everyone by attacking “Neighbors.” Apparently, this organization uses the enemy’s technology to use their inner energy, called ‘Trion,’ as weapons.
When Does World Trigger Season 3 Episode 1 Come Out?
World Trigger Season 3 is scheduled to premiere with the release of Episode 1 on Saturday, October 9th, 2021, or Sunday, October 10th, depending on your region.
After the first episode’s broadcast in Japan, the episode will be available for international fans on Crunchyroll. If it’s a simulcast release, the streaming platform will get episode 1 on October 9th for premium users. On the other hand, free users will have to wait until next week to watch the episode.
When writing this post, World Trigger Season 3 is confirmed to premiere in Japan at 1:30 AM on October 10th, 2021. However, because of the time difference, the release date for several international viewers would be October 9th.
Anyway, if Crunchyroll uses its usual release pattern, here’s when you can expect episode 1 to arrive in these time zones:
- Pacific Time: 10-11 AM PDT on October 9th
- Central Time: 12-1 PM CDT on October 9th
- Eastern Time: 1-2 PM EDT on October 9th
- British Time: 6-7 PM BST on October 9th
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Note that Crunchyroll hasn’t confirmed if it will be a simulcast release. Anyway, don’t fret because we’ll update this post if the release timing differs from what we’ve mentioned.