News: Daisuki posts subtitled preview of God Eater anime’s Meteorite arc

The streaming service Daisuki has posted a subtitled version of the official God Eater anime website’s preview of the Meteorite arc, which takes place over episodes 10-13. These episodes were indefinitely delayed from the series’ summer 2015 release until today, but now they’ve been confirmed for a March release. Originally they were replaced in their airing slots by four ‘Extra’ episodes, following another special ‘Extra 00’ which took the place of the first episode. At that time, the staff gave an apology and the explanation that the first episode was delayed in order to “deliver a work with a quality level that fans can approve of.”

The preview, which is available with English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Spanish (for Latin America), Brazilian Portuguese, and Russian closed captions, gives us a look at the episodes ‘Scattered Petals’, ‘OPERATION METEORITE’, ‘United They Stand’ and ‘Lotus’, which have been scheduled for Tokyo MX’s Saturday 6:30pm slot and BS11’s Saturday 7:00pm slot as shown below:

March 5th – Episode 10 ‘Scattered Petals’
March 12th – Episode 11 ‘OPERATION METEORITE’
March 19th – Episode 12 ‘United They Stand’
March 26th – Episode 13 ‘Lotus’

To bring fans in Japan back up to speed, all four channels which will be airing the conclusion of Ufotable’s game adaptation, including Sun TV and KBS Kyoto, have been re-broadcasting the first nine episodes of God Eater since January.

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