‘Code Geass: Lelouch of the Resurrection’ Spoilers, News & Update: CC & Lelouch Will Face New Villains In Season 3

By Jyotirupa Sarma , Updated Dec 15, 2016 07:29 PM EST

Fans of "Code Geass: Lelouch of the Resurrection" are extremely excited about the Series. There are several conjectures regarding the Season 3 which will be aired in 2017. Fans are eagerly waiting for Lelouch and CC to return to the series.

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Resurrection will be a sequel to the series' finale. The story will be set in the same universe as the original series and Lelouch will be the central character, reported Kotaku. In the second season finale, Lelouch loses his life at the hands of his best friend Suzaku. There are several theories centered around the final scene of the Season 2.

In that particular scene, CC who is one of the central characters rides in a hay cart and it was driven by a person wearing a hat. It has been speculated that the driver is Lelouch and he has survived the attack. Some theories also suggested that Lelouch killed his immortal father Charles Zi Britannia and obtained his code. Now Lelouch is immortal too. So, there is no question of Lelouch's death.

Previously in a Quora discussion, it was said that Lelouch had the code. It was pointed in the discussion that Nunnally touched Lelouch's hand while he was dying and immediately saw the flashbacks and scenes revealing his ultimate plan. Interestingly, in most of the anime series, this happens when a person touches someone with the code. This again strengthens the point that Lelouch is immortal.

However, recent speculations are suggesting that Lelouch is alive and a new villain will appear in the show. CC and Lelouch who are in hiding will be troubled by this villain. This negative force will try to expose both of them and reveal to the world that Lelouch has survived "Zero Requiem". It is also stated in the report that instead of the original Lelouch it could be his alternate version or a clone. 

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