‘Code Geass: Rozé of the Recapture’ release date confirmed

When you pluck out the central figure from a narrative tapestry as intricate as Code Geass, you’re left with a gaping hole in its fabric—a void where the charisma and cunning of Lelouch Lamperouge once held sway. His Geass, a gift that reshaped empires and challenged moral boundaries, was the linchpin around which the original series revolved, culminating in the audacious Zero Requiem, a final act that reverberated through fandoms long after the screen faded to black.

Enter Code Geass: Rozé of the Recapture—a 12-episode saga that dares to tread the uncharted paths beyond Lelouch’s grand finale. Set in a world still reeling from his legacy, this new chapter introduces the Nameless Mercenaries: Roze and Ash, brothers bound by blood and battle. Roze, the strategist whose mind rivals Lelouch’s tactical brilliance, complements Ash, the Knightmare pilot whose prowess in combat matches his brother’s intellect. Together, they navigate the tumultuous landscape of Hokkaido, aligning themselves with rebel factions in a bid to overthrow Neo-Britannian dominion and rescue Empress Sakuya from her captors.


The series promises to weave together familiar threads of political intrigue and the adrenaline rush of rebellion—staples of the Code Geass universe that fans have come to crave. As Roze and Ash carve their own path amidst the fallout of Lelouch’s absence, their journey unfolds against a backdrop of shifting alliances, clandestine machinations, and the ever-present specter of power unchecked.

For those anxiously counting down the days, mark your calendars: Code Geass: Rozé of the Recapture is slated to debut on screens worldwide on June 21, 2024. International viewers can catch the action through Disney’s streaming platforms like Star, while stateside enthusiasts can expect it to land on Hulu.

In this new era of Code Geass, where the echoes of Lelouch’s legacy resonate deeply, Rozé of the Recapture beckons fans old and new to witness the evolution of a world forever changed by one man’s daring gambit—a testament to the enduring allure of a saga that continues to push the boundaries of storytelling and imagination.