A Complete Beyblade Watch Order Guide for You!

beyblade watch order guide

Beyblade has been our favorite anime besides dragon ball since our childhood. We did watch almost all the episodes without knowing a perfect order to it.

If you have watched it like that and looking for an accurate Beyblade Watch Order guide, then this post is for you. Let’s dive right in then!

Beyblade Watch Order!

1. Beyblade

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 51
  • Premiered Year: 2001
  • Episode Duration: 23 min

Also known as “Bakuten Shoot Beyblade,” is the first part of the Beyblade franchise, and indeed, you need to start watching from this one.

It introduces the world of Beyblade and its characters. Watch this professional sports game as it brings back the days you’ve been missing!

2. Beyblade V-Force

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 51
  • Premiered Year: 2002
  • Episode Duration: 21 min

It is also known as “Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002” and came out right after the first part. It has the same amount of episodes as the first part and gives you as much entertainment.

3. Beyblade the Movie: Fierce Battle!

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 1
  • Premiered Year: 2002
  • Episode Duration: 1 hr 10 min

Once you finish watching Beyblade V-Force, it is time for you to watch this movie and have fun that you never had before. Although it only has a runtime of an hour or so, it’ll surely entertain you.

4. Beyblade G Revolution

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 52
  • Premiered Year: 2003
  • Episode Duration: 20 min

Beyblade G Revolution is undoubtedly one of the best ones from the franchise. With some incredible action scenes featuring in the tournament, you’ll be left in amazement.

So, after watching the movie, you can jump right into this one. After all, you’re following Beyblade watch order to view it accurately!

5. Beyblade: Metal Fusion

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 51
  • Premiered Year: 2009
  • Episode Duration: 25 min

Although Metal Fight Beyblade brings out the new cast rather than continuing the story with the old ones, it is a pretty good watch.

If you’ve been watching Beyblade since childhood, then you can relate to this part of how much we loved it when it aired.

6. Beyblade: Metal Masters

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 51
  • Premiered Year: 2010
  • Episode Duration: 25 min

It is also known as “Metal Fight Beyblade: Baku,” and as the name implies, it is a sequel of Metal Fight Beyblade, which gives you one more reason to watch.

So, once you finished watching Metal Fight Beyblade, according to our Beyblade watch order, you should watch this one.

7. Metal Fight Beyblade vs. Taijou: Shakunetsu no Shinryakusha Sol Blaze

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 1
  • Premiered Year: 2010
  • Episode Duration: 1 hr 16 min

Yes, another movie, and you should also watch this one. Although it shows you the story of summer vacation, it has some incredible action sequences that you can’t ignore no matter what.

So, consider watching this one if you’ve finished watching Beyblade: Metal Masters!

8. Beyblade: Metal Fury

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 52
  • Premiered Year: 2011
  • Episode Duration: 24 min

Beyblade: Metal Fury is popularly known as “Metal Fight Beyblade 4D,” and this time, you aren’t getting as much action as the previous ones. But you’re going to have an amazing time with this part.

It has a good storyline compared to the previous parts (at least that’s what I think), and you should definitely watch this one after the movie.

9. Beyblade: Shogun Steel

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 38
  • Premiered Year: 2012
  • Episode Duration: 12 min

Beyblade: Shogun Steel has another name: Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G! The story sets after seven years when the Nemesis Crisis event took place, and it is worth a watch as well.

So, if you’re done with the previous part, what are you waiting for? Get the ride going on with this one.

10. Metal Fight Beyblade Zero G Specials

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 7
  • Premiered Year: 2013
  • Episode Duration: 25 min

These special episodes are for the people who can’t get enough of watching all the above seasons. I mean, these are necessarily not that important, but if you want, you can watch them.

11. Beyblade Burst

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 51
  • Premiered Year: 2016
  • Episode Duration: 24 min

Now, this is what you call a comeback from the sequel. Aired after the three years of original Beyblade anime, this is surprising. So, you need to watch Beyblade Burst regardless you watch the specials or not!

12. Beyblade Burst Evolution

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 51
  • Premiered Year: 2017
  • Episode Duration: 24 min

It is also known as “Beyblade Burst God,” and you bet it is not less than the previous parts in both action and entertainment. Thus, from our Beyblade watch order, we recommend you watch this after Beyblade Burst.

13. Beyblade Burst Turbo

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 51
  • Premiered Year: 2018
  • Episode Duration: 24 min

Beyblade Burst Chouzetsu” is the last and latest original from the series. Although it came out in 2018, you’ll find the characters as much interesting as the previous ones.

14. Beyblade Burst Rise (ONA)

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 52
  • Premiered Year: 2019
  • Episode Duration: 14 min

Beyblade Burst Rise or Beyblade Burst Gachi is an Original Net Animation (ONA) that is directly released on the internet instead of airing in official TV sources.

15. Beyblade Burst Sparking (ONA)

Beyblade Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 48
  • Premiered Year: 2020
  • Episode Duration: 12 min

Beyblade Burst Sparking sets after a year of Beyblade Burst Rise events. Watch this part after you finish watching all the previous seasons, and thus, we put an end to Beyblade watch order for now!

Let’s Sum Up in an Easier Way!

1. Beyblade

  • Beyblade (Season 1)
  • Beyblade V-Forece (Season 2)
  • Beyblade the Movie: Fierce Battle!
  • Beyblade G Revolution (Season 3)

2. Beyblade: Metal Fusion

  • Beyblade: Metal Fusion (Season 1)
  • Beyblade: Metal Fusion (Season 2)
  • Beyblade: Metal Fusion (Season 3)
  • Beyblade: Metal Fusion (Season 4)

Basically, Beyblade: Metal Fusion has four seasons!

3. Metal Fight Beyblade vs. Taijou: Shakunetsu no Shinryakusha Sol Blaze

4. Beyblade Metal Fury

  • Beyblade Metal Fury (Season 1)
  • Beyblade Metal Fury (Season 2)
  • Beyblade Metal Fury (Season 3)

5. Beyblade Shogun Steel

  • Beyblade Shogun Steel (Season 1)
  • Metal Fight Beyblade Zero G Specials

6. Beyblade Burst

  • Beyblade Burst (Season 1)
  • Beyblade Burst Evolution (Season 2)
  • Beyblade Burst Turbo (Season 3)
  • Beyblade Burst Rise (ONA)
  • Beyblade Burst Sparking (ONA)

Conclusive Thoughts!

To be honest, you can also watch this anime however you like, and you’d still be able to love it. However, isn’t extreme enjoyment your preference? So, we made this Beyblade watch order guide for you.

We hope you found what you’re looking for and if you have thoughts to spare or share, let us know what you think in the comment section below!

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  1. You forgot the last one is “beyblade burst quaddrive”

    1. Thanks…I didn’t catch up with the recently released ONA series “beyblade burst quaddrive.” Will add it soon enough.

    2. some people call it Beyblade burst Dynamite and there will be a new sires called Beyblade burst ultimate or Beyblade BU for short.

  2. honestly.. after beyblade Shougun steel. everything went downhill for me. because i really like gingka. and no one else… lol

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