Savitar’s “Flash” debut is just around the corner. In fact, we can tell you exactly when you can expect to see the God of Motion take the screen.If Barry (Grant Gustin) thought he had his hands full with Dr. Alchemy and his Flashpoint disaster, he’ll quickly find out life can only get worse.

Savitar comes to ‘The Flash’

Gustin recently told Entertainment Weekly that the new speedster is coming “very, very soon.” Dubbed the Flash’s “biggest foe yet,” Savitar will be in play by episode 7. Directed by geek guru Kevin Smith and titled “Killer Frost,” the November hour already has fans psyched.

With the addition of the new big bad, Smith’s sophomore effort is shaping up to be a monster of an episode.

Savitar will appear in the opening scene, according to a photo posted by the director. When Smith inadvertently revealed the episode’s title through the following Twitter post, Spoiler TV adjusted the contrast so you can read the page below. As well as touting a game-changing storyline for Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker), the script also reveals the appearance of a “...monstrous armored speedster known as SAVITAR..." and his acolytes.

Considering the level of action involved in the opening scene, it is either a flashforward or a direct pickup from next week’s “Shade.” Will episode 6 end with a cliffhanger?

Could Savitar appear in the hour’s closing sting? Viewers will have to wait and see.

Speedsters galore for ‘The Flash’

Season 6 has already delivered action from the Flash, Kid Flash (Keiynan Lonsdale), Jesse Quick (Violett Beane), and the Rival (Todd Lasance). “Killer Frost” will only serve to ramp up the action.

“My second run at#TheFlashwas more challenging than my first episode: there was very little speedster activity in#therunawaydinosaur but we've got a metric f--- ton of running around and fighting this time,” Smith shared on Instagram.

For those unfamiliar with Savitar, check out the description below:

“Savitar in Hindu means 'the god of speed,' and he has this sort of cult-like essence, where he's sort of like the speed god," co-showrunner Todd Helbing told TVLine . "But everything about him is different than Zoom or Reverse-Flash. I can't go into too much detail, but he's quite a bit different."

Catch “The Flash” Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on The CW. Click the video below to see a preview for the series’ next episode, “Shade.”