Almost little information about the upcoming third season of Fire Force the shonen manga has been released since the conclusion of the popular manga series was announced. Shortly, fans may look forward to a new season and a mobile game after a lot of delays. The long wait for an update is finally over as it has been confirmed that the show will be returning with Fire Force Season 3. Atsushi Okubo’s classic manga series completed its cycle earlier this year, so this means that viewers had been excited to see the series come back to cover for the lack of fresh content. With the second season concluding its broadcast two years ago, viewers were left on a massive cliffhanger. It’s been a hard wait thus far, but happily, now the show has announced plans for more episodes.
What is the Official Release Date of Fire Force Season 3?
After much speculation, Fire Force Season 3 was officially announced on May 17th. The exciting news that a third season is now in production was leaked via the show’s Japanese Twitter page and the domestic website. However, many leaks from the previous month have given anime lovers reason to be optimistic about the impending news. Despite the show’s main Twitter page announcing the return of Fire Force Season 3, no schedule for the anime’s debut has been announced. Besides the third season release, Fire Force’s official pages also revealed that a unique mobile game is in production.
Although fans were happy with the news that the anime would return for another flaming journey, an official release for Fire Force season 3 was regretfully not announced. However, we may make some forecasts based on the productivity of recent seasons. Season 1 was confirmed in November 2018 and launched in July 2019, with Season 2 following in December 2019 and July 2020 — a 7 to 8-month production span. Based on this production process, some fans predict that the series will reappear in April 2022 as part of the Spring programming lineup.
What occurred before Fire Force Season 3?
The Pyrokinetic, a group of people who can control fire in various ways, are the focus of the show. The story’s setting is centered on Tokyo, a country recovering from the ravages of the Great Cataclysm that ravaged the earth 250 years ago from the story’s current timeframe. As a result of this extraordinary tragedy, a series of events was triggered, including the appearance of infernals and several unexpected fires. As a result of these issues, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government established the Fire Force.
The second season’s closing episode had set up some pretty enormous things for Shinra. He uncovered more of the dark roots underlying his history and gift, so fans will likely want a refresher before the new episodes of Fire Force Season 3 come. Tokyo is on fire, and people are strangely catching fire all across the city for no apparent reason! The Fire Force is responsible for dousing out this flame, and Shinra is eager to enter their battle. Now, as a member of Company 8, he’ll utilize his devil’s footsteps to help preserve the city from burning to ashes! But his history and a smoldering mystery behind the scenes might send everything ablaze.
Who all are in the cast of Fire Force Season 3?
An official version of who’s on the roster for Fire Force Season 3 has still not been established. Based on the uniformity behind the scenes of the prior 2 seasons of the series, it’s probable we might see a primarily recurring cast. The only new characters were Ogun Montgomery, played by Makoto Furukawa (Japanese) and Zeno Robinson (English), Scop, voiced by Kentaro Ito (Japanese), and Tyler Walker (English) (English). We will also see a recurring vocal cast that comprises Gakuto Kajiwara (Japanese) and Derick Snow (English) as Shinra. Like the previous two seasons, the same Company, David Production, should be returning to animate Season 3. We have confirmed that Minamikawa will be the Producer for Fire force season 3.
Fire Force Season 3: What can the fans expect?
So far, we don’t have any storyline specifics for Fire Force Season 3. The anime has mainly followed the manga, so we can assume what Season 3 will involve for Shinra. Volumes 1 to part of 11 of the manga were addressed by Season 1 of the anime. Whereas Season 2 handled the remainder of volume 11 up to some chapters of volume 20. If the manga is near its conclusion point in the tale, Season 3 might adapt volume 20 up to its probable finish.
The Season 2 conclusion seems to portend an even greater future struggle between Company 8 and the Evangelists. Shinra’s training was pushed to a new level, known as “The Press Of Death,” to prepare him for the Company’s more formidable foes. On the other hand, Shinra can create an Adolla Link and see Hague’s dying moments because of his improved abilities. When the Tokyo Empire joins forces with Company 8 to fight against the Evangelist’s formidable troops in Season 3, we may expect more of the same in Season 3.