Log Horizon Season 3 Episode 2: Preview, Release Date & Watch Online

Log Horizon is an intricate isekai anime that follows the manga of the same name. The manga series is illustrated and written by Kazuhiro Hara and Mamare Touno respectively. In the plot, over hundreds of gamers realize that they are trapped in a simulated online RPG game called “elder tale”.

In today’s world, they are trapped within the game as their in-game characters. Thus, they have lost the roles of their previous lives in the old world. According to the anime, this phenomenon is called “the apocalypse”.

Log Horizon Season 3 Episode 2: Preview, Release Date & Watch Online

So, the main story centers around Shiroe, an engineering student who was in his old world 8 years ago. He is an absolute genius and strategist who forms a Round Table alliance with other guild leaders. The show’s season 3 debut was on January 13, 2021. In this article, you can find all the updates of the upcoming episodes

Release Date

The title of episode 2 is ‘The Duke of Akiba,’ will release on January 20th, 2021.

Preview of the episode

The plan of returning to the real world was a failure. The investigation of the fairy ring hasn’t reached anywhere thus the pathway between Elder tale and the real world did not work out.

Log Horizon Season 3 Episode 2: Preview, Release Date & Watch Online

Further, Princess Rayneshia gets a visit from her mother where she tells her daughter about her upcoming marriage with a member of another noble family. Although Princess Rayneshia has feelings for Crusty, she has no choice but to follow her parents’ wishes.

Additionally, Shiroe learns that other players appear from a Yamato server. So, to put it simply, the next episode may involve Eins and the reasoning for pulling Honesty away from the round table.

See also  Kimetsu No Yaiba season 2 release date confirmed for April 2021.

Where to watch?

You can watch Log Horizon Season 3 on Funimation or on Animelab. Also, on these platforms, you can watch the show in English subtitles.

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