In the past year there have been so many doubts about the new anime by bleach. Since the announcement, fans have been imagining what the streaming service would look like to grab the product in their country. From the latest news, it now seems confirmed that Disney+ will be bringing Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War to streaming.

However, this brings with it another critical issue that the Gaak fan recently pointed out on his Twitter account. According to the leaker, who has taken care of breaking news about Bleach and other souls to come in the past, Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War will not be simulcast. Of course, we remind you that this is a leak that has not yet been confirmed by Disney + or other official sources, so we advise you to take everything with caution.

What does it mean that the Bleach anime will not be simulcast? It will mean that Disney+ loads the episodes in blocks in an as yet unknown manner, similar to what Netflix did with Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean. In fact, the news has provoked mixed reactions from fans who instead wanted to witness the new fights of Ichigo Kurosaki and the other Shinigami with the same Japanese cadence.

And what do you think of this possibility? The first full Bleach series is now available on Prime Video.

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