The recent Tokyo International Forum shed light on the elusive Attack on Titan Season 2 release date and according to reports, the spring of 2017 is the slated time to release the anime. Although the staff that made Season 1 successful will be returning to create the second season, some changes in the directorial position can also be observed. Tetsuro Araki is now the chief director while Masashi Koizuka now takes in the position of a director.
Along with the announcement of the Attack on Titan Season 2 release date are some visuals that accompanied the event. Interestingly, the visuals significantly say that the anime is actually moving forward and the interest of its fans is almost within reach. In 2014, the announcement of Attack on Titan Season 2 came to light and the target year of release was 2016. But it was during this year that the apparent delay of the anime series was confirmed.
Also, one of the rumored reasons why Attack on Titan Season 2 was delayed is because of the creation of ?Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress? from the same director. Not to mention the incomplete story arc that was primarily agreed on before they can proceed with the second season of the anime.
Now that Attack on Titan Season 2 has finally hinted on a release date next year, the cast joining the anime series were also confirmed mainly:
- Yuuki Kaji – Eren
- Yui Ishikawa – Mikasa
- Marina Inoue – Armin
- Kish? Taniyama – Jean
- Yu Shimamura – Annie
- Yu Kobayashi – Sasha
- Shiori Mikami – Christa
- Hiro Shimono – Conny
- Yoshimasa Hosoya – Reiner
- Tomohisa Hashizume – Bertholt
- Saki Fujita – Ymir
- Hiroshi Kamiya – Levi
- Daisuke Ono – Erwin
- Romi Park – Hanji
- Keiji Fujiwara – Hannes
Attack on Titan Season 1 was first aired in 2013 from April – September with Crunchyroll and FUNimation simultaneously streaming the series. The first season ran a 25-episode series with FUNimation releasing a home video prior to the announcement of Attack on Titan Season 2.
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