‘Attack On Titan’ Adventure Game Release Date Set; AOT Season 2 Premiere Date Announcement To Follow Soon?

"Attack on Titan" season 2 is undeniably one of the most anticipated anime franchises in 2017. Following the success of AoT season 1 which premiered in 2013, many fans are looking forward to the latest update on the anime. With the recent news of the release of an "Attack on Titan" game for Nintendo 3DS scheduled on March 30, 2017, fans are hoping for a confirmation on the release date for the anime's second installment.

"Attack On Titan" 3DS Game

Right after news broke out that "Attack on Titan: Escape from the Brink of Death" has a confirmed release date, most fans who visited news pages were more interested in updates about the anime than the game. The game's official website started releasing teasers for the game on Tuesday, Nov. 15 and there will be a promotional video that will be unveiled on Nov. 30. Coincidentally, the game will be released shortly before "Attack on Titan" season 2 is back on television.

"Attack On Titan" Season 2 Release Date

"Attack on Titan" season 2 has no confirmed release date yet but there are all sorts of rumors that are making rounds online. The second installment of the anime will follow the first 25 episodes that ended in November 2014. With more than two years in the making, fans are anticipating more from this installment.

Prior to this, there were rumors that the anime's air date has been moved up to February 2017. Based on the airing schedule in Japan, a February release date is unlikely. Aside from that WIT Studio, the animation company behind "Attack on Titans," lists the start of the anime's broadcasting as spring 2017.

For now, there is no exact date for the anime's release. Tokyo MX already started airing "Attack on Titan" season 1 on Oct. 3 in anticipation of the season 2 release in spring. This makes it clear that AoT season 2 will be aired next year, probably sometime in April 2017.

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