‘Attack on Titan’ Season 2 Spoilers, Latest News & Update: Hijame Contemplating Deviation, Love Triangle and Romance

By Jyotirupa Sarma , Updated Nov 23, 2016 09:50 AM EST
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After the huge success of the first season, "Attack on Titan" will be back with Season 2 very soon. Although the makers have kept "Attack on Titan" Season 2 under wraps, speculations about the plot and characters are going on. Meanwhile, reports are out on the story arc and romantic relationships among the characters.  

Earlier, it was speculated that the show will be released in Feb. 2017. But sources related to show stated that "Attack on Titan" Season 2 will be released later than Feb. The cast confirmed in a reading event that it will be released in spring 2017.  According to reports, along with the release date, the show's creator Hajime Isayama is planning arcs in the plot for the Season 2. Subsequently, the story will deviate from Manga.

The promo features a colossal Titan which can be the first arc. The second arc revolves around the uprising and minister Nick's murder. "Attack on Titan" Season 2 will start from the point where Season 1 Ended.  There will be a retrospection of Eren's past and the secrets the basement holds.

The tension of the show will be lessened by a love triangle. It could be formed among Mikasa, Levi and Armin. Mikasa might choose between Levi and Armin and one of them will have to deal with unrequited love. Speculations were also made earlier that Krista might fall for Eren.

Reports have also claimed that "Attack on Titan" season 2 might reveal Titan's origin and a leaked version of the teaser fans can see more clues on Titans. The first season covered 4 story arc and the next might also do the same, reported Geek.

Despite the shows drawbacks like pacing problem and dragging out some reveals for too long, It is very popular in Japan. The curiosity of the viewer to get a number of answers from the show are going to make it a hit again. 

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