'Attack on Titan' Season 2 Spoilers, Release Date And The Coming Of A New Breed Of Beast

By Staff Reporter , Updated Jun 27, 2016 10:35 AM EDT

The long hiatus of Attack on Titan anime series had fans cramming for the next possible episode from the beloved manga based series. Now, Attack on Titan Season 2 has been confirmed, but with no actual release date of its premiere, fans are left holding on to some spoilers that usually come out every now and then online.

In the latest Attack on Titan Season 2 spoilers, it looks like, the rumored death of one of the main characters has been intercepted by an unknown person. In the latest manga episode, a creature was noted crawling towards Armin, who was badly burnt while fighting a Titan. Rumor is that, he will be saved by the creature, just in time and before the threat of burns consume him.

Meanwhile, according to the Vine Report, some of the characters will eventually turn to beasts or Titans in season 2. Reiner will turn to be the Armored Titan while Bertolt will be a Colossal Titan. In Attack on Titan Season 1, Annie has already turned into a Titan while Ymir's fate will have to be determined soon. And because Eren have special abilities, he will be the target of the Titans, and may possibly be held captive by the beasts.

Attack on Titan Season 2's release date has been pushed back and from its 2016 scheduled release, it was moved to February 2017. The insufficient story arcs provided from the series is said to be one of the main reasons by the anime can't finish on time. Also, it was rumored that the director is also busy working on "Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress" after which, the continuation on the development of Attack on Titan Season 2 will continue.

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