Dr. Stone Season 3 Release Date, Simulcast Confirmed

Dr. Stone Season 3

The next season of the Dr. Stone anime adaptation will begin soon. Official accounts for Toho Animation and the series itself confirmed that the release date for Dr. Stone Season 3 falls on April 6, 2023. The official account for Crunchyroll also confirmed that the show will be simulcast in multiple territories on the same day. Its official title is Dr. Stone New World. Dr. Stone Stone Wars season 2 aired in 2021.

Toho also uploaded the main trailer for Dr. Stone Season 3. English subtitles are available via the closed captions.

The new trailer begins with lines from Byakuya Ishigami, father of protagonist Senku Ishigami. Byakuya places objects in what looks to be a time capsule, to preserve them for future scientists to find. Scientists like Senku and his companions.

Dr. Stone Season 3 takes place following the animated Dr. Stone: Ryusui special aired in 2022. It covers how Senku and his companions embarked on their quest to uncover the source of the Petrification Event that froze almost all the people in the world thousands of years ago. To accomplish that, they’ll need to build a ship capable of crossing oceans and exploring the world. They’ll also visit Treasure Island, a place that holds a number of rare materials planted by Byakuya, including platinum, the key to a machine that can make precious Revival Fluid.

Dr. Stone New World will air as a “split-cour,” meaning that its season will be divided into broadcast periods. Each period will last about three months, with an interval in between. The length of the break wasn’t specified.

The Dr. Stone Season 3 Japanese release date is April 6, 2023. Crunchyroll will simulcast the show with subtitles. Its English dub will appear on April 20, 2023. Dubs for English, German, French, Latin-American and Castilian Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, and Italian will also be offered. The manga is published in English by Viz Media.

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