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After months of delay, Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0 premieres exclusively on Amazon Prime

Evangelion began as an anime series that saw the light of day in the mid-90s. Created by the studio Gainax, followed the life of a young man named Shinji, 14 years old, who must save humanity from violent monsters that threaten to destroy the Earth in the most terrible way.

The popularity and success of the story was such that after the series that had 26 episodes, between 1995 and 1996, there were three films that are part of the saga Rebuild of Evangelion. And now the fourth opens, Evangelion: 3.0+1.0. The film can be seen after months of delay on the screen of Amazon Prime Video. We tell you what it will be about and what the release date is.

When Evangelion launches: 3.0 + 1.0 on Amazon Prime Video

Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0 is very important for anime fans, as it is the fourth and last film in the series. This time, Shinji, a little tired and desolate, he will try to regain hope with a new effort to save the world. Produced by Studio Khara, the film is written and co-directed by Hideaki Anno.

Although the film had already had its premiere in Japan on last March 8 in Japan, it had not been seen anywhere else in the world. The anime has an incredible number of followers in different countries and many are from Hispanomérica. So fans wondered when the movie would finally arrive in the region.



The coronavirus pandemic delayed the producer’s plans, but eventually Amazon Prime Video reported that it will be seen in the United States catalog on next August 13. On the other hand, in Spain It will also be released on the same date, as reported by the company on its social networks.

Regarding the launch in Latin America, the streaming service has not yet mentioned about it, but it is believed that it will be that same date. The platform will also have the other three films exclusively as a prelude to the great premiere of the latest film.

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