When Does Fruits Basket -Prelude- Release

When Does Fruits Basket -Prelude- Release

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Wondering when exactly does Fruits Basket -Prelude- release? Well, wonder no more Slice of Life fans, as the highly anticipated prequel to Natsuki Takaya’s hit anime series finally has a theater date outside of Japan. Here is everything you need to know about when and how to watch it.

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Before we get started, it is important to note that Fruits Basket -Prelude- will only be available in select theaters. As such, you’ll need to check your local listings to see which ones will have it in order to watch it when it releases for each date below.

Fruits Basket -Prelude- Release Date

So, Fruits Basket -Prelude- has different ticket sale and release dates depending on what market you’re in. Below, we’ve listed the region, ticket sale date, and release date for your convenience.

RegionTicket Sale DateRelease Date
United StatesJune 3, 2022June 25/28/29, 2022 (Varies by Theater)
CanadaJune 3, 2022June 25/28/29, 2022 (Varies by Theater)
United Kingdom (Dubbed Only)June 24, 2022July 20, 2022

That is everything you need to know about when does Fruits Basket -Prelude- release. If you’re still on the hunt for more info about the series, be sure to check out the rest of Twinfinite to see the rest of our guides, which have plenty of tips, tricks, and FAQs.

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