’86 Eighty-Six’ is a science fiction mecha TV anime based on the same-named light book series authored by Asato Asato and drawn by Shirabii. The program revolves around the Republic of San Magnolia’s years-long military conflict with the Empire of Giad. While the former’s government maintains that the conflict is bloodless and that it is simply a battle between two technologically superior political powers’ drones, the truth is far crueler. The Republic is a bigoted country that discriminates against the Colarata minority and employs them as pilots for their self-driving drones. When is 86 Eighty-Six Season 2 Episode 4 Releasing?
86 Eighty-Six Season 2 Episode 4 Release Date
86 Eighty-Six Season 2 Episode 4, titled “Welcome Back,” will debut in Japan on October 24, 2021. It will air on Tokyo MX, BS11, GYT, GTV, ytv, and CTV at various times. Studio A-1, Aniplex, Kadokawa, and Bandai Spirits collaborated on the show’s development. The film was directed by Toshimasa Ishii, with Nobuhiro Nakayama serving as producer.
Tetsuya Kawakami created the characters, while Toshiya Oono oversaw the writing team. Hiroyuki Sawano and Kohta Yamamoto collaborated on the series’ soundtrack. The opening theme, “Kyokaisen,” was sung by Amazrashi, while the closing theme, “Alchemilla,” was performed by Regal Lily.
Where To Watch Season 2 Of 86 Eighty-Six Online?
’86 Eighty-Six’ season 2 or part 2 has been licensed for streaming outside of Asia by Crunchyroll. Subscribers to the platform may view the most recent episodes in original Japanese audio with English subtitles here. The anime may also be found on VRV. Fans can watch the program on Bilibili and iQIYI in Southeast Asia.
Spoilers for Episode 4 of Season 2
In episode 3, Shin and his buddies, who had chosen to follow Ernst’s desires by enrolling in the Special Officer’s Training School, not only maintain their word but also pass the exam with ease owing to their military experience. Then they are assigned to Lt.
The Nordlicht Squadron’s Colonel Grethe Wenzel. They then travel to a newly conquered territory by the Federacy, where they discover their wrecked Juggernauts.
Grethe informs them that a monument has been constructed there in honor of everyone Shin can recall. Furthermore, Fido’s wreckage is not only salvaged but the complete body is rebuilt with its core intact. Shin then pilots the Reginleif mechs to assist the Federacy soldiers, reuniting with Eugene in the process. Before joining up, he had made friends with him, but the protagonist was not prepared for the shock that was about to occur.
Eugene is severely injured during a Legion attack, and Shin is ultimately responsible for putting a stop to his suffering. While he is still reeling from the shock, he hears that another Legion assault is imminent. Shin may have to deal with the death of individuals he thinks to be extremely dear to him in 86 Eighty-Six Season 2 Episode 4. The next legion onslaught will be much more destructive than the last.
Theo let out his restrained rage at Lena as she spoke a few words to lament the Spearhead Squadron’s deceased. Raiden calmed him down by telling him he was acting inappropriately. Theo recovered his composure, but he and the other members were not in the mood to continue their conversation with Lena. Even after Kaie’s death, the Spearhead Squadron, which has always lived in a world on the edge of death, goes about its business as normal. Theo, on the other hand, can’t seem to get over what he said to Lena. He didn’t regret what he said, but he did regret the way he said it. He recalls another stupid Alba who had a tremendous influence on him in the past as he thinks about the Handler.