Fate faces off against Gargoyles in Berserk of Gluttony episode 6. The series is based on the light novel series of the same name written by Ichika Isshiki and illustrated by Fame.

It was published in 2017 on the Shosetsuka Ni Narou publishing website. It is produced by A.C.G.T Studio, directed by Tetsuya Yanagisawa, written by Mariko Kunisawa and features Ryota Ohsaka, Tomokazu Seki, Hisako Tojo and others. 

Berserk Of Gluttony Episode 6 Release Date

Berserk of Gluttony episode 6 is going to premiere on 9 November 2023. New installments in this series are released every week on Thursday.

Berserk Of Gluttony Episode 6 Release Timings

The episodes are released every week on Thursday at 1:30 AM in Japan. The timings of the release of Berserk Of Gluttony Episode 6in various regions have been listed below. 

  • Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) – 8 am, Sunday, November 5, 2023
  • Central Daylight Time (CDT) – 10 am, Sunday, November 5, 2023
  • Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) – 11 am, Sunday, November 5, 2023
  • Greenwich Mean Time Time (GMT) – 3 pm, Sunday, November 5, 2023
  • Central European Time (CET) – 4 pm, Sunday, November 5, 2023
  • Indian Standard Time (IST) – 8:30 pm, Sunday, November 5, 2023
  • Philippine Time (PHT) – 11 pm, Sunday, November 5, 2023
  • Japan Standard Time (JST) – 12 am, Monday, November 6, 2023
  • Australian Central Daylight Time (ACDT) – 1:30 am, Monday, November 6, 2023

Where To Watch Berserk Of Gluttony Episode 6?

The anime series Berserk of Gluttony is airing on Tokyo MX, SUN TV, BS11 and a few other local channels in Japan. It is also available on streaming platforms like Crunchyroll, U-NEXT, Anime Hodai Services as well as the YouTube channel of Muse Asia

Berserk Of Gluttony Episode 5 Recap

Berserk Of Gluttony Episode 5 was titled To Galia. In this episode, we see Hado dispatching his men to catch Fate, but he can outmatch his pursuers, resulting in all of them falling or fleeing, leaving Hado behind. 

Fate faced off against Hado, which put his pilfered power to the test. The fight ended in Hado’s death and Fate transferring his stats to Greed to unlock its second form, the Black Scythe. 

The episode also featured Roxy leaving for Galia to confront the Divine Dragon. She left Fate a letter of recommendation that would allow him to stay on the Hart Family estate and receive protection. Nevertheless, Fate followed Roxy to Galia

The series features Fate facing off against Hado Vlerick which put his pilfred power to the test. Roxy arrived in Aglia and took her father’s place. Fate follows after her, but along the way, he finds prior abusers who are in desperate need of his help. 

Fate travelled to Tetra, a merchant city he had visited in the past. Through flashbacks, we see young Fate spending time with his Father but after his death, Fate was cast out by the villagers. 

Fate encountered Set, the village Chief’s son who had driven him away in the past. He pleaded to Fate to subdue the gargoyles attacking the village but the villagers were displeased by Fate’s return. They hatch a plan to use him as a sacrifice to buy them some time from the gargoyles. 

Berserk Of Gluttony Episode 6 Preview

Berserk Of Gluttony episode 6 is going to be titled The Wrath of a Girl. In this episode, fans can expect to see the village in Tetra attacked by the gargoyles. However, the question remains whether Fate will awaken in time to be able to fight the monster.

The episode title also suggests that Fate will cross paths with a mysterious young girl from Galia, the same girl he encountered at the Hart Estate. 

Author’s Note

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Is Berserk of Gluttony related to fate?

The protagonist of the series is named Fate Graphite. He is the owner of the Gluttony skill, and we follow him throughout the series.

Does Berserk of Gluttony have an anime?

In 2022, A.C.G.T. announced that an anime adaptation of the series will be released. It will be directed by Tetsuya Yanagisawa and written by Mariko Kunisawa.