Published on October 27th, 2022
Bleach anime based on the manga, written and illustrated by Tite Kubo, has returned with amazing back-to-back episodes. Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming episode 4.
The previous episode of the series begins with Ichigo arriving at the battlefield, where he sees Quilge defeat the Bestias.
On the other hand, in the Soul Society, Mayuri meets the rest of the captains and the head captain, where they receive the command to prepare for war.
After Ichigo and Quilge exchange light blows, Orihime, along with Sado, reaches the spot where Ichigo hands Nel over to them so that he can go all out.
Meanwhile, Quilge decides not to hold back any longer and unleashes his Vollstandig, his ultimate form.
On the other side, Yhwach commands the Sternritter to assemble at Taiyou no Mon and prepare to invade the soul society.
However, Bestias were not entirely defeated and had a card up their sleeves. Upon summoning, Ayon makes an entry and smashes Quilge to the ground.
But Quilge also had something planned and unleashed his final card, absorbing every single molecule near him.
While Ichigo is fighting in Hueco Mundo, Ishida discovers his teacher’s diary, which explains the things that are suddenly happening and what’s to come.
Soul Society also prepares for the invasion by the Sternritter and places squad 12 outside the gate to prevent them from invading.
However, when the Sternritter arrived, they made sure to make it memorable by tossing all the members and killing most of them.
Bleach Episode 4 Preview:
Bleach TYBW arc episode 4 preview images have been released.
Episode 4 Release Date & Time
Bleach Thousand Year Blood War Arc episode 4 is scheduled to release on October 31, 2022. Fans in the US can watch the series on Hulu, while fans in the UK, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, and Canada can watch the series on Disney Plus. Disney Plus has yet to announce the release date for Latin America and most of Europe.
Here is the release date and time for the international audience.
- Pacific Time – 8:30 AM PT (Monday)
- Central Time – 10:30 AM CT (Monday)
- Eastern Time – 11:30 AM ET (Monday)
- British Time – 4:30 PM GMT (Monday)
- European Time – 5:30 PM CEST (Monday)
- India Time – 9 PM IST (Monday)
- Philippine Time – 11:30 PM PST (Monday)
- Japan Time – 12 AM JST (Tuesday)
- Australian Time – 2 AM ACDT (Tuesday)
Where to watch:
Unfortunately, Crunchyroll would not be streaming the anime. However, viewers can watch it on Disney+, although you need to have a premium subscription to be up to date with the latest episode. Fans from the US can watch the series on Hulu.