Crunchyroll’s International Foreign Language Dubs Commences Soon!

A treat for the non-English speaking international fans.

Earlier in the year streaming service Crunchyroll announced plans to provide special international (non-English speaking) dubs for select titles in their catalogue. Today, the same service has announced when they will be appearing. The dubs will be available commencing 16th November 2017 for Premium members and 23rd November 2017 for Free members.

In a previous update Crunchyroll stated that Spanish dubs are 100% confirmed while they also have plans to offer Brazilian Portuguese, German, and French dubs later down the line.

The titles are as follows:

Rokka -Braves of the Six Flowers-

Regions: Worldwide excluding Asia

Schwarzes Marken

Regions: Worldwide excluding Asia

The regions for Schwarzes Marken is a bit more complicated, but Crunchyroll had this to say:

The foreign language dubs for Schwarzes Marken will be available to users in the respective territories for each language, meaning that users outside the defined territories will not be able to view the series with the additional dubs as an option. For example, Latin America will only get the Spanish dub, Brazil will only get the Portuguese dub, and French and German speaking territories will only get access to the French and German dub, respectively. More specific details regarding availability will be available closer to the launch day and time.

Yamada-kun And The Seven Witches

Regions: USA, Canada, Central and South America (including the Caribbean), South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, the Middle East and North Africa

Source: Crunchyroll

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