Tales of the Abyss Anime

Tales of the Abyss Anime Episodes to Appear on YouTube

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Bandai Namco announced Tales of the Abyss anime episodes will be uploaded to YouTube beginning on January 1, 2022. This is to commemorate the first anniversary of the official Tales of YouTube channel.

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While the first episode is immediately available, additional episodes of the Tales of the Abyss anime will appear on a weekly basis. The second episode will premier on January 1, 2022. Further episodes will appear once every week. Potential viewers can subscribe to the YouTube channel to receive alerts when the episodes are uploaded.

All episodes will feature English subtitles. However, the Japanese dub will be the only audio option available. The episodes will be compiled through a playlist on the official Tales of channel. The animated adaptation of Tales of Abyss features a total of 26 episodes. The anime originally aired in 2008 in Japan. Several voice actors from the game reprised their roles.

Bandai Namco is set to release a Theme Song of Tales – 25th Anniversary Movie Collection Blu-ray. It will feature Tales of openings from various entries in the series up to Tales of Luminaria. Tales of Luminaria is the most recent mobile Tales of title to release. The Blu-ray disc will also feature openings from entries like Tales of Crestoria, Tales of Symphonia, and Tales of Arise.

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