Apr 11, 2017 10:00 AM EDT
'Attack on Titan' Season 2 Episode 3 Update: Shocking Truth about Eren's Family Revealed; Connie on Fire for Revenge [VIDEO]
After going through a 3-year of hibernation, "Attack on Titan" season 2 first episode finally aired. It leaves a few more mysteries to reveal and one of them is the Beast Titan.
Before going through the next plot here is a quick recap of what is going on in episode 2.
"Attack on Titan" season 2 episode 2 recap
In the second episode entitled "I'm Home", focused on Sasha's story. It is also a straight-to-the-point continuation of the first season. The Titan's threats have been causing the residents to fear that in any given time, the attack could be coming at them, according to Destructoid.
Mike was killed by the Titans after he was spared but yelled back at the giant monster. His body was ripped off by the group of beasts. Mike's death is a devastating scene to see with the graphics content that describes just how much he suffered from the attack. The beast got his 3D maneuver gear and the smart monster could be using it against the Humanity sooner or later.
"Attack on Titan" season 2 episode 3 spoilers, update
Mikasa, who is more like a mother than a lover, might be helpful for Eren this time but it is Eren's vengeful heart and his deathwish for the Titans that will be seen in the next episode. The story moves in a slow pace that it has created mixed reactions from the viewers but for those who have been following since season 1, the story does not focus on love affair but rather, an action-packed anime series. Fans are expecting to see Eren and Mikasa have a thing in episode 3 but that is unlikely to happen, according to Metro.
"Attack on Titan" season 2 episode 3 will likely explain more about the mysterious Beast Titan. In the manga series, a shocking truth reveals that it is Eren's step brother. It would be hard for the great soldier to fight his own sibling. Meanwhile, Connie's family could be in danger and there is a little chance that they will make it out alive but the warrior already has a mapped out plan if the worst scenario should happen.