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'Attack on Titan' Season 2 Release Date Confirmed?; Eren's Secret Exposed, Leaving Mikasa and Armin? More Twists Revealed!

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The fans should prepare for more gory scenes in "Attack of Titan" Season 2, as viewers will find out how Mikasa and Armin go the extra mile.

"Attack on Titan" Season 2: To follow or not to follow Isayama's manga storyline

The fans are continuing to debate whether the upcoming season will be filled with plotline from Isayama or not. Judging from the previous pattern, the original take cues from the manga papers. As a worth-the-wait anime series, there could be more episodes added to expose arcs from "Uprising," "COC" and "Retaking of Wall Maria."

"Attack on Titan" Season 2: The future of Shiganshina trio

It is always interesting to find out the fate of Mikasa, Armin and Eren. The Shinganshina trio could have a different story if it is written away from the manga's plot. However, the original season follows the plot from its manga closely. Thus, it is safe to assume that the upcoming franchise will likely have the same story from the manga pages. Fans can also expect the battle scenes of Levi and the troops.

Meanwhile, the struggle is getting real for the two mates in saving their best friend, Eren. Expect more challenges and characters revealed in the second season. According to familiar sources, there will be more brutal scenes in the upcoming series. Eren will probably leaving the two as more secrets being revealed.

"Attack on Titan" season 2: Release date revealed?

The fans can hardly wait for Season 2. It's been long enough not to see any new update from the anime series.

As a successful anime franchise, "Attack on Titan" is highly expected by the viewers. The original series was aired in April 2013 and it could likely follow the same timeframe in 2017, Inquistr has learned.

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