Code Geass: Rozé of the Recapture - Japanese Theatrical Release Dates Announced, Anime Set to Stream Exclusively on Disney from Late June (12-Episode Series)

Code Geass: Rozé of the Recapture - Japanese Theatrical Release Dates Announced, Anime Set to Stream Exclusively on Disney from Late June (12-Episode Series)


Code Geass: Rozé of the Recapture - Japanese Theatrical Release Dates Announced, Anime Set to Stream Exclusively on Disney from Late June (12-Episode Series)

Anime fans, mark your calendars for the much-anticipated return of "Code Geass: Rozé of the Recapture." The highly anticipated sequel to the beloved anime series is set to continue its story in Japanese cinemas this summer.

According to recent announcements from production studio Sunrise and distributor Kadokawa Pictures, Act 2 of "Code Geass: Rozé of the Recapture" will premiere in Japan on June 7. This follows closely behind Act 1's successful debut on May 10 and precedes Act 3's scheduled release date on July 5. A final act is also confirmed for an August 2 premiere, wrapping up this new chapter in Lelouch Lamperouge's saga.

In addition to these theater releases, it was previously announced that Disney would exclusively stream all twelve episodes worldwide starting late June (precise dates have yet to be disclosed). Fans outside Japan can look forward to watching each installment as they become available through their preferred streaming service or platform provided by Disney. It remains unclear whether there will be any simultaneous broadcasting with Japanese airings or if viewers must wait until after each episode has been screened in cinemas before accessing them online.

The first character trailer has been unveiled, introducing us to Ash, voiced by renowned voice actor Makoto Furukawa. A charismatic figure clads in a striking uniform grace our screens as we delve into his backstory within this alternate reality of Code Geass. The preview hints at Ash's connection to Zero Requiem – a pivotal event from earlier installments that left significant impacts on both Lelouch vi Britannia and C.C., among others.

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