Fans of the well-known anime series “One Piece” will now have to wait a bit longer for the next episode, which is a letdown. One Piece Episode 1070 has been delayed for a week due to a schedule conflict on TV, it was revealed after Episode 1069 aired. Loyal fans are anxious to see how the compelling tale develops after the announcement.
The next episode, “Luffy Defeated? The Resolve of Those Who Are Left Behind,” is expected to be exciting. The release date of One Piece episode 1070 is July 30th, so fans must mark that date on their calendars.
Fans will be disappointed to learn that there won’t be a new episode of “One Piece” the following week.
One Piece Episode 1070 and Chapter 1043
With its most recent episodes, the “One Piece” anime adaptation has had fans on the edge of their seats. The conflict between Luffy and Kaido has been intensifying, and the most recent episode, which was based on manga chapter 1042, had a dramatic conclusion.
The last stretch of the Onigashima arc means that fans may anticipate even more excitement in the future episodes
The action-packed story will continue in One Piece Episode 1070, which will adapt manga chapter 1043. Fans are giddy with excitement for the upcoming episode as a result of this announcement and can’t wait to see how the epic plot that great author and illustrator Eiichiro Oda has created unfolds in the new installment.
One Piece Episode 1069: Recap and Review
In a later scene in the show, we see that Jimbe has arrived at the location and has begun aiding the other samurai inside the castle as it is about to fall.
He approaches Raizo and inquires about his status as a samurai and the reason for his decision not to flee. He asserts that he must go, but Jumbe counters that he must rest since he is unable to continue fighting. Raizo claims that he is ashamed of himself and unable to accomplish it.
Jimbe asks whether he wants to perish there, but Raizo responds that if so, he has a favor to request. As a result, we are sent to the castle’s first-floor basement, where Guernica is still there. As he turns to face the roof, he adds that Luffy is on the rooftop, and that, rather than taking precautions, is the reason he would perish.
As he prepares to go, we observe that X Drake appears from behind him and successfully stabs Guernica in the stomach with his sword. He responds that he thinks what he is doing is the only correct course of action when Guernica inquires as to why he is carrying out all of this.
Guernica, though, utilizes his method to swiftly drift away from X Drake while claiming to envy him. He unexpectedly uses the Figer Pistol on X Darke at the same time, knocking him to the ground.
Returning to the Luffy vs. Kaidou fight, we observe that Luffy is still attacking Kaidou with his Gear Fourth. Although it caused a lot of damage initially, as Kaidou responded, it started doing less damage. As a result, we witness Kaidou change into his dragon form and devour Luffy. After some time, though, he spits him in the air.
After that, he strikes him with his Bolo Breath. Luffy is thus scattered throughout the Obigashima and begins to plummet toward the water, but he somehow manages to stop himself by changing into Boundman.
One Piece Episode 1070 Release Date and Time
On July 30, 2023, One Piece Episode 1070 will be available to stream.
On Saturday, July 30, 2023, at 17:30 p.m. Pacific Time (US and Canada).
Saturday, July 30, 2023, 18:30 Central Time (Mexico).
Saturday, July 30, 2023, at 20:30 Eastern Time (US & Canada).
On Sunday, July 30, 2023, at 6:00 a.m. Indian Standard Time (India).
Australia Standard Time (AEST): Sunday, July 30, 2023, 2:00 a.m.
While the postponement of One Piece episode 1070 may be disappointing for viewers, it simply builds up excitement for the next episode.
The next episode of “One Piece” and the continuation of the captivating tale that has been captivating fans for years are both scheduled for publication on July 30. Viewers will have to practice patience as they eagerly anticipate this news.
Frequently Asked Question
Where Can I Watch Episode 1070 Of One Piece?
Crunchyroll is the only location where you can routinely watch One Piece. The series is routinely broadcast on Crunchyroll, however, you must view it in Japanese with English subtitles. One Piece is available on other streaming platforms as well, but they don’t update their episodes as frequently, so you won’t be able to view the most recent ones.