Date A Live Season 4 Episode 2 Release Date, Countdown, Spoilers, Preview, English Sub

Date A Live Season 4 Episode 2 is scheduled to premiere on 15 April 2022 at its respected time slot. The fantasy harem anime TV series is adapted from the light novels written by Koshi Tachibana and illustrated by Tsunako in Dragon Magazine that originally run from March 2011 to March 2020 for a total of nine years.

An anime adaptation started airing on 6 April 2013 for the first time on Tokyo MX and aired till 22 June 2013 and today the anime series have released three seasons with a fourth season in progress. The 4th season is directed by Jun Nakagawa, written by Fumihiko Shimo, and produced by Geek Toys Studio.

Date A Live Season 4 Episode 2 Release Date and Time

Date a Live Season 4 Episode 2 titled So Be It! 2D It is! will be released on Friday, 15 April 2022 at 9:30 AM EDT on Crunchyroll inside the USA and at 10:00 PM JST on AT-X inside Japan. This season of Date A Live will have a total of 13 episodes with an average duration of 24 minutes. New episodes are airing on Fridays every week since 8th of April. However, release timings may vary for different regions.

Date A Live season 4 episode 1 scene

Crunchyroll has confirmed the following timings for the arrival of Date A Live Season 4 Episode 24:

  • Pacific Time: 06:30 AM PT(15 April)
  • Central Time: 08:30 AM CT(15 April)
  • Eastern Time: 09:30 AM ET(April 15)
  • British Time(For UK viewers): 02:30 PM BST(15 April)
  • Indian Time: 07:00 PM IST(April 15)
  • Australian Time: 11:30 PM AEST(15 April)

Where to watch Date a Live Season 4?

All the episodes of Date a Live are streaming on Crunchyroll outside Japan whereas AT-X, KBS Kyoto, Sun TV, BS11, and Tokyo MX remains the original network for Japanese viewers. The season 4 episodes are now available to watch in original Japanese audio with English subtitles.

Even though, most anime fans prefer dub over a sub, no English dub version has been released for the new season but you can always stream the dubbed versions for the three seasons on Crunchyroll and Hulu. Season 4 will also receive a dub version in the future like the other three.

Date A Live Season 4 Episode 1 Recap

Episode 1 opens with Tobiichi lying naked on an experimental machine. Even though, the experiment was halted due to the interruption of nightmare spirits that entered into the labs and sparked an explosion, Yatogami was told that the spirit path is normalized. Meanwhile, other girls were asking about health of each other while Shido was searching for suspicious activities of Kotori.

Date a Live season 4 episode 1 recap explained

Kotori seems very horny and she even asked the other girl to strip that she rejected. On the other hand, Shido leaves the room no 2 wondering about the secret bases of the city. Moreover, he found a sexy anime girl into an ally who was starving but started doing erotic things on the way while Shido was carrying her on his back. The protagonist leaves her on a nearby building where the girl is revealed to be a popular manga artist named Nia Honjo.

Date A Live Season 4 Episode 2 Spoilers

Things are going to steamy in the upcoming episode as Nia has already cleared her intentions with Shido. She even asked the man to stay with her and we witnessed both of them going shopping together but the episode ended on a cliffhanger where Shido falls on her but the girl doesn’t like that and suggested that she dates only a 2D guy. This will be the main theme of the second episode and we get to know more about the kind of guys that Nia admires and probably our hero will try to mimic their roles to become the apple’s eye of her.

Moreover, Nia will reveal that she was the actual spirit captured by DEM and various other secrets about the formation of 2D that Shido is unaware of. Eventually, the two will end up dating each other without even knowing. On the other side, Yatogami will be seen jealous on seeing Shido meeting someone privately without telling her. Since Tohka is his love interest, she will show her concerns on Shido’s date with Nia.

Lakshya Kaushik

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