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‘Megaton Musashi’ Season 2: Where to Watch? Will There Be An Episode 7?

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The sixth episode of Megaton Musashi S2 was quite entertaining. Although the first season of this anime did not get those high ratings, it was renewed in May and announced to premiere in the fall of 2022. In November 2021, Megaton Musashi, a video game in the Level-5 adventure role-playing series, was released for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

It was launched on the Nintendo Switch & PlayStation 4 rather than the iOS, Android, and PlayStation 5 platforms that were originally planned. The show’s initial season made its debut in October 2022 and the second one did so in October 2021.

Will There Be a Megaton Musashi S2 Episode 7?

Sadly, the show’s team has not yet announced the seventh episode of Megaton Musashi S2. The sixth episode of the show was the last episode of season 2. Let’s hope that the series gets renewed for season three, and don’t forget to check our website to get the latest updates about the same as soon as they are available.

Where to Watch Megaton Musashi S2 Episodes?

Megatron Musashi S2 episodes are telecast on regional networks worldwide, Tokyo MX, BS Fuji, and numerous others in Japan.

The new and old episodes of the second season of Megaton Musashi will soon be available to watch on the Level 5 and Bandai YouTube sites. However, only a few locations will have access to them at that time. Once the English dub is out, Crunchyroll or another great streaming service might start to offer this series.

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