For anime fans, it might interest them to know that Season 3 of Attack on Titan will be starting up in the summer of 2018, meaning that there won’t be as much of a waiting period between Season 2 and Season 3 as there was between Season 1 and Season 2. Furthermore, it has been confirmed that the next season will still be produced by Studio Wit, meaning that interested individuals can expect a sense of continuity when they watch the new material.
What Can We Expect from Season 3 of Attack on Titan?
Season 2 of Attack on Titan covered a fair amount of material. For those who cannot remember, it started out with the revelation that there were Titans sealed within the Wall, which was a huge shock because said structure was supposed to be what protected the last bastion of humanity from the Titans beyond them. From that point on, Season 2 covered the investigation of a number of mysteries, which resulted in a host of revelations. For example, Ymir was revealed to be a Titan Shifter, but it seemed that she was not from the same faction as Annie, Bertholdt, and Reiner. Furthermore, the season introduced the Beast Titan, who is another Titan Shifter whose human identity has not been revealed to the viewers in the anime at this point in time. Summed up, Season 2 of Attack on Titan provided the series with a fair amount of momentum, which should carry well over into Season 3 of the same series.
Content-wise, people who follow the Attack on Titan manga will have a good idea of what to expect from Season 3 of the anime. After all, it has built up more than enough material for a Season 3. In fact, it has built up so much material that there is a surplus, meaning that it would be interesting to see whether subsequent seasons will be produced at the same pace by making use of that surplus. Going into details into the events of the manga would be revealing too much about the upcoming season, but suffice to say that there are enemies both within and without the Wall who know the truth of what happened. For that matter, it is interesting to remember that there is a vast world beyond the small space bound by the Wall, though that may or may not prove to be relevant depending on how far Season 3 will progress into the narrative laid out for it by the manga.
Regardless, those who are interested in Attack on Titan should make sure to tune once Season 3 starts running in summer of 2018. After all, a lot of anime series are now available to interested individuals over in the West at around the same time as they become available in their native Japan. Granted, not all of the viewers will be interested in watching subbed content, but there are also others who prefer subs for various reasons. Whatever the case, while an English version has not been confirmed at this point in time, there is no reason to believe that Season 3 of Attack on Titan will not be available in a subbed form at around the same time, seeing as how it has become common for the industry.