One Piece GEAR 5 Trailer Reached 16Million + Views in 10 Days

One Piece GEAR 5 Trailer Reached 16Million + Views in 10 Days

August 1, 2023

Get ready for an explosive impact as ONE PIECE prepares to unveil its latest release on August 6th! The anticipation is palpable as fans eagerly await the arrival of the “Luffy’s Peak” Gear 5 trailer, which has already garnered a staggering 16 million views in just 10 days since its release. This upcoming power-up for the hero is a long-awaited surprise for manga readers, who are well aware of its imminent arrival.

One Piece GEAR 5 Trailer Reached 16Million + Views in 10 Days

Even the marketing team couldn’t resist using this exciting development as a promotional tool before the trailer was released, making it a hot topic of discussion among manga enthusiasts and anime-only viewers alike. The impressive view count comes from the combined numbers of the original video, which has nearly 6.6 million views at the time of writing, and 10 million views of the English-subtitled version.

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The excitement doesn’t stop there! The episode 1071 preview gives more glimpses of Gear 5, teasing fans about what’s to come. Aptly titled “Luffy’s Peak – Attained GEAR5” Prepare yourself for the most highly anticipated moment in One Piece history – GEAR-5! Get ready to witness this monumental event as it unfolds on our screens next Sunday, August 6th, in the long-awaited One Piece Episode 1071. And if that’s not enough, the ONE PIECE manga will release chapter 1089 on the same important day. So mark your calendars and prepare yourself for an epic adventure that is sure to make a lasting impact on the world in One Piece!

“One Piece” is a very popular Japanese manga and anime series created by the talented Ichiro Oda. Making its grand debut in 1997, the series has achieved tremendous success, earning its place as one of the longest-running and most beloved manga series in history. The impressive manga has been serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump, while its animated counterpart debuted in 1999.

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