'Attack On Titan' Season 2 News: Could Focus on Titan Origin Story

After the successful premiere season of "Attack on Titan," fans have been waiting to hear about the new season of the hit anime series.

The first season of "Attack on Titan" introduced fans to a frightening world. With that, many viewers are curious to see what lies ahead for their favorite characters. While there has yet to be any official announcement regarding what the plot of season 2 will be, a recent leak shared some hints of what can be seen.

It was reported that a YouTube video leaked a part of the upcoming season. The video showed several Titans hiding in the walls, which sparked the question of how they were able to get into the walls.

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The Japanese anime director, Tetsuro Araki spoke to Bessatsu Shonen magazine about the upcoming season of the anime series. He explained, "It's rare to adapt manga with a storyline that's this impressive, so I will be extra cautious. Whether it's season 1 or season 2, I'll be mentally prepared to face the production challenges."

Meanwhile, there have been other speculations on what the upcoming season of "Attack on Titan" will be able. The premiere season of the anime did not share much detail about how Titans came to be. With that, some fans believe that season 2 will focus on the origin story of the titans.

In addition, there are speculations that the season will also feature more of the Survey Corps. It was speculated that the series will take the manga arc concerning the fall of the Wall Sina. This is also expected to bring some details about the past of the Titans.

However, some believe otherwise since the arc is supposedly slow-paced. With that, it is unlikely that the season will focus solely on that storyline.

"Attack on Titan" Season 2 is expected to air later this year.

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