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Fire Force Season 3 Release Date: Is the Anime All Up for a Return?

Fire Force Season 3 Release Date: Is the Anime All Up for a Return?

Fans of Fire Force, are you ready to experience more of Shinra’s adventures? Well, the long-awaited Season 3 has finally been confirmed. Let us explore what we already know about its upcoming release.

Fire Force anime’s official Twitter account confirmed another season on May 16, 2022.

Atsushi Okubo’s manga series of the same name first hit shelves in September 2015 and became an instant classic. Its popularity was then brought to life with its two-season anime adaptation, which premiered in July 2019 and 2020 respectively.

After two years of waiting, fans rejoiced to hear that the beloved anime was making a comeback. The production team unveiled their plans for a sequel to the series and anticipation only continues to grow.

Keep reading to discover what lies ahead for the third season of Fire Force.

Fire Force Season 3 Release Date

After much anticipation, Season 3 of Fire Force was finally confirmed in May. Initially, it seemed that July 2023 would be the targeted release date. However, anime studio David Production is currently occupied with creating an adaptation of Yoshifumi Tozuka’s manga “Undead Unluck,” due to hit in 2023. Many fans on Reddit are worried that Summer 2023 won’t even be a possibility for Fire Force Season 3.

If no other production company steps in, it’s likely that the project won’t be completed until 2024. Many fans have expressed that the series should stay with David Production if it can. However, Studio Trigger (“Kill la Kill”), Bones (“My Hero Academia”), Wit Studio(“Attack on Titan”), and Studio Pierrot (“Naruto”) may also take over the anime.

Fire Force Season 3 Trailer

Fire Force anime’s official website still lacks any concrete information on its third season, and the promotional video and trailer remain unreleased.

We will share the trailer with you as soon as it launches. Stay tuned with us. 

Fire Force Season 1 and 2 Story

The story takes place in a world where spontaneous human combustion is all too familiar. There is an urgent need for adept firefighters who can tackle the sudden outbreaks of fire that transform people into savage monsters.

Shinra Kusakabe, a powerful third-generation pyrokinetic youth nicknamed “Devil’s Footprints,” decides to join Special Fire Force Company 8. He joins the force to put an end to the infernal assaults and finally uncover the truth behind his family’s death twelve years ago.

In his quest to protect humanity from the insidious curse of fire, Shinra and his company delve into other fire brigades. However, they become tangled in the chaos of power plays, manipulation, and corruption.

The ending of Season 2 was pure chaos. Flames engulfed Tokyo and enemies seized control. Tragically, Captain Hague from Special Fire Force Company 4 died during this final battle.

Through rigorous training, Shinra was able to unlock his inner strength and gain the ability to envision Adolla. He even managed to view the final moments of his beloved captain.

We can expect season 3 to center on Shinra and the 8th Company forging allegiances around Tokyo to reinforce them in their struggle against White Clad and the Evangelist.

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Fire Force Season 3 News

Fire Force became immensely popular in no time. It was adapted into an array of forms, including animation, stage plays, and even a videogame.

The manga has sold over 20 million copies all around the world as of May 2022. It was even nominated for a prestigious 45th Kodansha Manga Award in 2021’s Shonen category.

Sadly, the manga’s concluding chapter was released on February 22nd of 2022. This has led fans to speculate that this could be the last season of the Fire Force anime series.

The anime adaptation has already included the first 20 volumes of the manga, comprising a total of 174 chapters.

It’s possible that Tatsuma Minamikawa, who took Yuki Yase’s place as animation director for Season 2, could be back to join the team for Season 3.

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