‘Attack on Titan’ Season 2 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Eren Yaeger Assumes New Titan Form; Truth Behind Reiss Family Unveiled?

By Kaye Reese , Updated Nov 30, 2016 08:43 AM EST

Spoilers are thin to the ground for the Japanese anime series "Attack on Titan" Season 2 as official announcements regarding its return to television have been flaky at best. Now, however, the release date for the return of the second installment of the series is finally confirmed. Fans all over the world will surely look forward to yet another saga of Eren Yaeger grappling with his fate as a Titan shifter.

That said, what can fans expect from "Attack on Titan" Season 2? Here's everything you need to know about the popular manga-turned-series: spoilers, updates, release dates, plot details and more.

What to expect from 'Attack on Titan' Season 2

According to several reports, "Attack on Titan" Season 2 will be focusing on the "Clash of the Titans"  and "Uprising" arcs, both of which hail from the original manga written by Hajime Isayama. Reports also speculated that "Attack on Titan" Season 2 will be divided into three parts and will shine a spotlight on the King, who later on will be revealed to be a mere puppet of the Reiss family.

A new titan will also be making a debut in "Attack on Titan" Season 2. According to reports, he possesses a human-like intelligence, can speak and has the ability to shape-shift. Some speculate that this could be Eren Yaeger's long-lost brother, thus tying up previous theories that Eren himself hails from the Titan lineage.

Eren Yaeger's fate

That's not all there is to anticipate for Eren Yaeger on "Attack on Titan" Season 2. Fabnews reported that Eren Yaeger may be getting a new titan form in the series. This may inevitably lead to the loss of Mikasa or Levi. It may also be that they are facing new threats from the Reiss family and their ability to transform into titans. Stay tuned for more news and updates on "Attack on Titan" Season 2. 

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