Aniplex USA Reveals the Release Details for ‘Durarara!!x2’ Volumes 3 and 4 and ‘Saekano’

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Aniplex of America has announced their release plans for Volumes 3 and 4 of Durarara!!x2 and both volumes of Saekano. Volume 3 of Durarara!!x2 will be available on March 22, 2016 with Volume 4 following on May 24. Pre-orders for both releases are now open at www.DurararaUSA.com. Volume 1 of Saekano will be available on March 29, 2016 with Volume 2 following on May 31. Pre-orders for both releases are now open at www.Saekano.com.

Durarara!!x2 Volume 3 will feature episodes 13-18 with Japanese and English audio and English and Spanish subtitles. The textless opening and ending animation will be included as on-disc extras. Volume 4 will feature episodes 19-24 and OVA episode 13.5 with the same language options as with volume 3. Both releases will include a 16-page deluxe booklet and illustration post cards. The packages are illustrated by character designer Takahiro Kishida. The DVD editions have a suggested retail price of $59.98 USD, but are currently available for pre-order for $49.98 USD. The Blu-ray editions have a suggested retail price of $99.98 USD, but are currently available for pre-order for $79.98 USD.

Saekano Blu-ray Volume 1 will feature episodes 0-5 with Japanese audio and English subtitles. The textless opening and ending animation, promotional videos and web previews will be included as on-disc extras. Blu-ray Volume 2 will feature episodes 6-12 with Japanese audio and English subtitles. Web previews will be included as on-disc extras. Illustration postcards will be included with both sets, and both packages will be illustrated by original character designer Kurehito Misaki. Volume 1 has a suggested retail price of $74.98 USD, but is currently available for pre-order for $59.98 USD. Volume 2 has a suggested retail price of $89.98 USD, but is currently available for pre-order for $69.98 USD.

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