Inspired by the light novel series of the same name written by Koushi Tachibana and illustrated by Tsunako, ‘Date A Live’ is a harem science fiction anime. The show revolves around an average high school student named Shidou Itsuka, who is tasked with protecting the lives of countless innocent people from spatial earthquakes by dating ghosts that act as the trigger for ongoing disasters. Unfortunately, in addition to the challenge of impressing various ghosts, Shidou also has to be wary of the Anti Spirit Force of the Japanese ground defense who uses violent methods to do something about the origin of the spatial earthquakes.
The anime first premiered in 2013 and has become one of the most popular shows over the decade. Now that the show’s fourth episode is about to air, fans should be eager to learn more about the upcoming episode. That is why we have collected all the information you need.
Date A Live IV Episode 1 Release Date
‘Date A Live’ season 4 episode 1 is ready to come out on Apr 8, 2022† It will air at various times in Japan on AT-X, Tokyo MX and GBS. The latest installment is animated by Geek Toys (“Plunderer”), with Jun Nakagawa directing and Fumihiko Shimo overseeing the scripts.
Naoto Nakamura provided the character design, while the music for the anime was composed by Gou Sakabe. Miyu Tomita has performed the opening theme “OverR”, while the closing theme song “SOS” is sung by ARMS.
Where can you watch Date A Live IV online?
All previous seasons of the anime are accessible on Crunchyroll, and the fourth season will reportedly also be accessible on the streamer. Subscribers can watch the show here. You can also watch the series on VRV. Furthermore, there are also rumors that the latest episode of the show will also appear on Funimation. You can watch past seasons and check season 4 availability here. While the latest episode isn’t available on other platforms, you can watch past seasons on Hulu, Microsoft Store, iTunes, Vudu, and Amazon Prime.
Date A Live IV Episode 1 Spoilers
In the first three seasons, Shidou has managed to make spirits like Yatogami, Himekawa, Itsuka, Kaguya, Yuzuru, Natsumi, Origami, and Izayoi fall in love with him, after which he also managed to seal their magic with a kiss. However, he still has to do the same with Tokisaki Kurumi, who, despite her vested interest, has avoided Shidou’s attempts to seal her powers. In the case of Origami, the main character not only has to make her fall in love, but also has to deal with her fragile mental state because of the things that happened to her.
In Season 4, the anime is expected to take a step back and delve deeper into the origins of ghosts and their powers. In addition, the strange connection between Shidou and the ghosts is also expected to be revealed. As the protagonist has yet to seal Tokisaki’s powers, fans will finally find out what happens to her in the end. The fragile tension between the ATS and Ratatoskr is likely to lead to unexpected conflicts.
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