DISCOVER ALL THE NEWS ABOUT VIVY FLUORITE EYE’S SONG EPISODE 7 ON WAKANIM! DATE AND TIME OF EXIT AND MORE.
Vivy Fluorite Eye’s Song is available on Wakanim! If you want to know all about Episode 7, read on! Matsumoto spoke to Vivy about the consequences of Aikawa’s death and the destruction of the AI company. They tried to run away from Ai Company and realized that this would trigger a massive leap in the evolution and development of AI, which would lead to future war.
They realize that if Aikawa is alive, it will prevent the passage of the AI naming law. Vivy saves Aikawa and tries to escape with him out of the building. Took chases them, and Matsumoto manages to slow the enemies down by hacking their glasses. He makes them believe that they succeeded in killing Aikawa. Meanwhile, at the gate, Matsumoto activates the bombs to distract the pursuers.
But other enemies arrive and begin to pursue them. Vivy meets one of the enemies and saves him. She finds out that the guy she saved is Yugo Kakitani, and she believes she must complete her mission without killing anyone. The enemies manage to surround the building. Vivy and Aikawa destroy this building and escape, causing the building to collapse. We tell you all about Vivy Fluorite Eye’s Song Episode 7 on Wakanim!
WHAT IS THE RELEASE DATE FOR VIVY FLUORITE EYE’S SONG EPISODE 7 ON WAKANIM?
The release date for Episode 7 of Vivy Fluorite Eye’s Song has been set for yesterday May 8, 2021, on Wakanim in France! For the more impatient who want to know what time Episode 7 will release. The Vivy Fluorite Eye’s Song Episode 7 release time has been set for 6 pm on Wakanim!
WHAT TO REMEMBER FROM THE SERIES?
Vivy is telling one of the best stories of the season, a topical story. It’s a poignant story about the dangers of advancing our society and our technology beyond what we are willing to have. This is the meeting between Hatsune Miku and Terminator!
Vivy is one of those specials that make you happy to be an anime fan. These sets aren’t very common, but when they are, you can spot them from a mile away because they are usually focused on your brain.