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'Attack on Titan' Season 2 News: Another Delay Ensues, New Season Postponed Until Next Year?

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A character from "Attack on Titan - the first part" walks during the opening event of the Tokyo International Film Festival... October 23, 2014 |

The upcoming season of "Attack on Titan" will be experiencing another delay as reported by the Spanish anime provider.

A lot of fans have been waiting for the return of the hit anime series "Attack on Titan" as it has been a couple of years since the premiere of the first season. The series was well received by viewers and fans. Season 2 was previously delayed due to the insufficient story arc presented in the manga.

With that, it was imperative for the creators of the manga to provide more material before moving on with the second season. Unfortunately, fans will have to wait a lot longer for the upcoming season as it was revealed that the series faced another delay.

Otaku Tale indicates that a spanish home streaming network, Selecta Vision, confirmed that "Attack on Titan" will not release this year. In a statement released to several sources, Selecta Vision explained that upon contacting Kodansha for the rights to air "Attack on Titan" season 2 this fall, they received updates on the anime series. Kodansha told Selecta vision that the second season of "Attack on Titan" will not release this fall.

They did explained that they have already scheduled the release of "Attack on Titan" season 2 for sometime in 2017. With that, Selecta Vision speculated that the season could air January of next year. However, these details have yet to be confirmed.

Meanwhile, Movie News Guide says talks about speculations on the upcoming season. It was suggested that "Attack on Titan" season 2 will focus on Eren's past, as it could hold a lot of answers for why the Titans exist.

With that, fans are expecting for the episodes to revisit Eren's old house in order to get answers. "Attack on Titan" season 2 is expected to release sometime next year.

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