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Episodes of this series are released during the hiatuses between volumes, and was specifically introduced after Cerebus Syndrome set in during Volume 3 and the series got considerably more mature.
Its first season premiered on May 7th, 2016 and ran for 24 episodes until October 15th, 2016 (one week before the premiere of Volume 4), and its second season premiered on May 13th, 2017, running for 22 episodes. Japan) was announced at RTX 2014, with the first three seasons getting home video releases with a Japanese dub.
Those curious about the Japanese dub can order the Volume 1 and 2 Japanese home video releases from Rooster Teeth's US store. Originally a fangame, the creators eventually teamed up with Rooster Teeth to make it official after RT found out about the game.
Steam Early Access for the game began on December 1st, 2015 and the full game was released on July 5th, 2016.
Episode 1 is here Home video releases are available from Rooster Teeth's United States, and Australia/New Zealand online stores.
Monty Oum's death in early 2015 left the future of the series in question, but other members of the team assured the fans that the show would go on as planned, considering there was apparently enough story and information left by Monty to go straight through a potential Volume 5.
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The series is also being simulcasted on Crunchyroll.