Blue Lock Episode 17 Release Date, Spoilers, and Other Details
Here is everything you need to know about Blue Lock Episode 17.
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About: Blue Lock
Blue Lock is a sports anime that is an adaptation of a manga series of the same name. Moreover, the series is composed by Muneyuki Kaneshiro while Yuusuke Nomura serves as its illustrator.
Blue Lock Episode 16: A Quick Recap
Episode 16 of Blue Lock is titled, ‘Tri-Fusion.’
The previous episode began with Yoichi and Nagi trying to deal with the massive ego of Barou. Moreover, they have to play with him in order to proceed to the upcoming rounds.
However, both of them have a difficult time trying to keep up with Barou’s neatness and structure.
Chigiri, Kunigami, and Reo on the other hand are yet to take part in the round of three since they are unable to find a team that will match their passion
Blue Lock Episode 17: What To Expect?
The upcoming episode will begin where it left off in the previous episode. Additionally, it will continue with Isagi seeing his opponents using their respective weapons to form an ideal balance between the members of the team.
According to the preview, the episode will also include the football pitch turning into a crashing egos battleground. Subsequently, Isagi will try to find new ways to use his weapons and evolve further.
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Blue Lock Episode 17: Release Date
The forthcoming episode of Blue Lock is expected to release worldwide on the 5th of February Saturday.
Moreover, it will release globally on the following dates and times:
- Pacific Standard Time: 7 am
- Central Standard Time: 9 am
- Eastern Standard Time: 10 am
- British Standard Time: 3 pm
- Central European Time: 4 pm
- Indian Standard Time: 10 pm
- Philippine Standard Time: 12.30 am
- Australian Central Standard Time: 2 am
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Blue Lock Episode 17: Where And How To Watch?
The upcoming episode of Blue Lock can be streamed on multiple online platforms such as Crunchyroll and Netflix.