Tales of Zestiria the X Season One BD/DVD Release Announced + Trailer

FUNimation has announced that the first season of Tales of Zestiria the X will be coming to DVD and Blu-ray in a combo pack on November 21st, 2017. A trailer promoting the set was also uploaded onto the official FUNimation YouTube channel.

The set will include episodes zero through twelve (labeled as one through thirteen on FUNimation's listing) with both English and Japanese audio available. Bonus features include episode commentaries, previews, as well as the "Dawn of the Sheperd" Special, which was originally included as part of the Collector's Edition for Tales of Zestiria's release in the west. A limited edition of the set is also available, which will include four art cards featuring the cast of characters and special fold-out packaging.

 
 

Pre-orders for the set are available on FUNimation, Rightstuf, and Amazon.

Tales of Zestiria the X
Tales of Zestiria the XThe Tales of Zestiria the X anime (read as "the Cross") is a TV series adaptation of Tales of Zestiria that was first announced during Tales of Festival 2015 as the "Tales of 20th Anniversary Animation". The animation is done by ufotable. The first season aired during Summer 2016, with a second season confirmed for 2017. Its tagline is "The Journeys of the Shepherd go beyond Zestiria," and shows hints of connections with Tales of Berseria

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  • Zerkion

    I wonder if they got Michael Johnston to redub the episode where Aaron Dismuke took over for him as Mikleo.

    • InfinityAge11

      I read that as "Michael Jackson" at first and was confused on multiple levels. Thats a very good question though, I'd like to know this too now.