Anime fans will be able to return to the unforgiving battlefields of 1013 AD England when Vinland Saga episode 18 arrives soon. Who will die at the hands of Prince Canute this time? Read on to know exactly where to check out the show’s latest chapter when it premieres. The Vinland Saga episode 18 release dates and times in the U.S. and U.K. are also included below.
When is the Vinland Saga episode 18 release date?
Vinland Saga episode 18 will only be available on Amazon Prime Video, so people who only have access to Crunchyroll or Funimation will have to purchase a subscription to the platform in order to watch the show. As of the time of this writing, access to the website costs $8.99 a month in the U.S. and £5.99 a month in the U.K. Fans who don’t want to pay for an Amazon Prime Video subscription should note that Amazon paid for the rights to stream the show outside of Japan. Other websites probably won’t be able to feature it as part of their catalogs anytime soon.
Vinland Saga premieres at 12 AM every Monday morning regardless of what country or coast one resides in. This means that episode 18 should launch on November 18. People based in the U.S. that reside on the Pacific coast should stay away from online communities and message boards the day that Vinland Saga episode 18 premieres, as folks who reside on the opposite coast and fans based in the U.K. will probably already be discussing the chapter in detail.
Don’t be alarmed if episode 18 doesn’t show up even after refreshing the page. Sometimes it takes a few minutes for Amazon Prime Video to upload the newest chapter in the series. Delays will be announced by the company on social media, so fans should make sure to follow it if they haven’t already.
Vinland Saga episode 18 English dub release time
It remains to be seen whether Vinland Saga will ever receive an English dub. For now, the only way to enjoy the show is with Japanese audio and English subtitles. Dub fans shouldn’t expect Amazon Prime Video to announce an English voice cast anytime soon, as the website typically doesn’t dub the anime it streams outside of Japan. This could change in the blink of an eye, but dub aficionados shouldn’t get their hopes up for the time being.