The fans who are eagerly waiting for the anime 86 Season 2 Episode 12 might have to wait a little longer than a few weeks. However, we do have a date for you!
86 Eighty-Six, synonymously known as 86 is a science-fiction Japanese light novel series, further made into an anime of the same name. The novel is written by Asato Asato and illustrated by Shirabii. Produced and adapted by A-1 Pictures, it started premiering in April 2021. The series is quite engaging, and fans seem to love the show. Unfortunately, even though Season 2 (Cour 2) hit the television screens last year in October, the delays have left fans disappointed.
86 Season 2 Episode 12: Highlights
When the Republic of San Magnolia gets attacked once again, their unmanned combat drones have to be their backbone to fight the war. Hidden under the “unnamed,” they are actually piloted by the eighty-sixers, those who are not considered human but mere tools.
Set against to fight with the neighboring Empire of Giad, the “Legion,” they are onto their way to the battleground where only bloodshed and death awaits them. Determined to a mischievous plan, they began their journey that began with a one-sided struggle to a war.
86 Season 2 Episode 12: Release Date
The release of the upcoming episode 12 of the anime series 86 is scheduled for 19 March, 2022. Episode 11 was delayed due to production concerns; however, we hope this won’t affect the upcoming episodes too.
86 Season 2 Episode 12: Spoilers
The fame that this anime has reached is impeccable. The fans of the series gush about the series all the time. However, as episode 11 is yet to be released, we can’t fathom possible spoilers for the next, which is episode 12. We will have to wait till the previous episode rolls out.
Where to Watch The Anime?
The anime can be watched on the official site Crunchyroll. It is also available on Netflix.
86: Major Characters
- Shinei NOUZEN, the leader of the 86-squad.
- Vladilena MILIZÉ, military officer who is assigned as the handler of the 86-squad.
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