What dangerous new Infernals will Shinra, Tamaki, and the rest of Special Fire Force Company 8 encounter in Fire Force episode 13? Curious anime fans should check out the following guide to find out where they’ll able to catch this exciting new chapter as it premieres. Of course, the Fire Force episode 13 release date and times in the U.S. and U.K. are also included below.
When is the Fire Force episode 13 release date?
Though Fire Force‘s last episode was delayed due to special programming in Japan, episode 13 is set to release during the show’s regularly scheduled time slot. This means that the latest chapter in the series should launch on Friday, October 18.
The episode will be simulcast all over the globe, so people in the U.S. and U.K. will be able to enjoy at the same exact time. Fire Force episode 13 will be available at 10:30 AM Pacific/1:30 PM Eastern for folks in the U.S. Fans in the U.K. will be able to see the episode at 6:30 PM.
Fire Force‘s latest chapter will be simulcast on both Crunchyroll and Funimation, which means fans with a subscription to only one of the two websites can breathe easy. Once episode 13’s thumbnail appears, all fans need to do is click on it. The next page will load and Shinra’s beautiful face will (literally) light up the screen once again. If the thumbnail doesn’t show up right way, don’t worry. It may take a few minutes for the episode to successfully upload on each site. If there’s another delay, each company will let fans know via their social media platforms.
Fire Force episode 13 English dub release time
People who want to watch Fire Force in English should head over to Funimation on the date and times listed above. Seeing as how the company is the show’s exclusive simuldub partner, Crunchyroll users have no choice but to purchase a Funimation subscription if they hope to hear Fire Force‘s dub. The voice-over is paid for by Funimation, so it’s not likely it’ll appear on Crunchyroll anytime soon.
The English audio for each episode of Fire Force premieres as soon as it launches in Japan, which means American, English, and Japanese audiences can smile, laugh, and cry together when each new chapter releases.