Here is everything you need to know about Kingdom Season 4 Episode 22.
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The Kingdom is an ongoing anime series based on manga of the same name. It has been composed and illustrated by Yasuhisa Hara.
The story follows the adventures of an orphan slave named Xin during the Warring States period. He embarks on a long journey to become the Greatest Generals of the Heavens.
Xin’s comrades also join him as he plans to unite China for the first time in 500 years while forging his path to glory.
Kingdom Season 4 Episode 21: A Quick Recap
The previous episode showed an interesting argument between Lu Buwei and Ei Sei as the latter plans to end the Warring States period by unifying China.
Meanwhile, the battle continues inside and outside of Kanyou. Shin on the other hand attempts to reach the inner palace to save Ei Sei.
Kingdom Season 4 Episode 22: What To Expect?
Episode 22 of the Kingdom Season 4 is titled, ‘Running For Your Lives.’
Additionally, the anime will be an adaptation of chapter 427 of the manga series.
Moreover, Roki might arrive at the Royal Harem in the upcoming episode. Furthermore, Roki will condemn Ei Sei thinking that the king of Qin is keeping the company of females.
Kingdom Season 4 Episode 22: Release Date
The upcoming episode of Kingdom is expected to release on 4th September worldwide.
Moreover, it will release globally on the following dates and times:
- Pacific Daylight Time: 9:00 am (3rd September)
- Central Daylight Time: 11:00 am (3rd September)
- Eastern Daylight Time: 11:00 am (3rd September)
- British Summer Time: 5:00 pm (3rd September)
- Central European Summer Time: 6 pm (3rd September)
- Indian Standard Time: 8:30 pm (3rd September)
- Philippine Time: 2:30 am (4th September)
- Australian Central Daylight Time: midnight (4th September)
Kingdom Season 4 Episode 22: Where And How To Watch?
You can watch the latest and previous episodes of Kingdom on streaming platforms such as Crunchyroll and Funimation.
Moreover, the English-translated version of new episodes is released a few hours after the original Japanese broadcast.