'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 News & Updates: Release Date Delayed & Canceled For A While?

By Switchy Sam , Updated Nov 22, 2016 01:48 AM EST

Fans of anime like "Tokyo Ghoul" was devastated when one of the beloved characters died in one of the episode----Hide, the main protagonist Kaneki's best friend, the one that noticed him when he was alone and sad. Just like people are shocked and enraged because of his death, so as Kaneki and the others. He pledged to never let anyone get hurt again by using his newfound powers against evil and bring justice to everyone. The awaited "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 might be delayed and canceled due to some reasons that might be related to production, funds, or the timing.

Confirmed but not yet ready for release

"Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 may get its confirmed release next year but it is not yet ready. It is like an unripe fruit that may not satisfy the expectations of the viewers and fans of this anime. Moreover, there will surely be a Season 3 for the said anime because it follows the manga, which the animation was based on.

Rumors and theories go around the internet as fans suspect Haise, the ghoul inspector to be Kaneki Ken in disguise, but that is not proven until "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 is released. The wait is still on rage because fans are making it a big deal on what happened to Kaneki at the last part, where he was brutally injured by Arima Kishou and both of his eyes were poked by a stabbing attack that pierced his head. Of course, fans would be expecting that Kaneki can still live through that, considering he has a strong regenerative ability.

The expected release will still be the same year

"Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 will still be released in the future but fans still do not know what it might contain. It may have another point of view, or continuing Kaneki's goal to make it possible for humans and ghouls to live together, which is still impossible on the current moment in the said anime, but it will be granted in the future and how the story writers end it.

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