Season 3 of Fire Force: Release Date, Cast, And What You Should Know!

When’s the Release Date of Fire Force Season 3?

No news regarding the premiere of Season 3 of “Fire Force” has been made public as of yet. There is reason to assume that another season of the series is in development and an announcement could be coming soon due to the show’s popularity translating into strong sales of the manga. According to the Official “Fire Force” Anime Twitter, the manga had sold over 15 million copies by the end of April. With those kinds of numbers, it’s evident that viewers want more of the show.

As of now, there has been no announcement made on when Season 3 of “Fire Force” will air. The success of the manga suggests that there will be a second season of the show, and an announcement about it is expected soon. An estimated 15 million copies of the manga had been sold by the end of April, as reported by the Official “Fire Force” Anime Twitter. It’s clear from those stats that people want more of the show.

Who’s In The Cast For Fire Force Season 3?

Season 3 of “Fire Force” has not yet cast its main roles. We should expect a large number of returning characters based on the continuity of the show’s production between seasons one and two. Only a handful of new characters were added, including Makoto Furukawa (Japanese) and Zeno Robinson (English) as Ogun Montgomery and Kentaro Ito (Japanese) and Tyler Walker (English) as Scop (English). Voice actors like Shinra’s Japanese counterpart Gakuto Kajiwara and English counterpart Derick Snow should return (Via Anime News Network).

Fire Force Season 3
Fire Force Season 3

What’s the plot for Fire Force Season 3?

No specific information about Season 3’s plot for “Fire Force” has been revealed. Season 3 of Shinra may probably be predicted based on how closely the anime and manga have followed each other so far. Season 1 of the anime spanned the first few chapters of volume 1 through a small portion of book 11, while Season 2 spanned the remainder of volume 11 through a small portion of volume 20. Unless the anime series delves into filler territory à la “Naruto” or “Bleach,” Season 3 might adapt up to volume 20 of the manga, which would be the manga’s probable ending.

The second season conclusion hinted to an even larger upcoming war between Company 8 and the Evangelists. Shinra’s training was ramped up to a new level, dubbed “The Press Of Death,” so that he could stand up to the Company’s more formidable foes. Meanwhile, Captain Hague’s death in the season finale was a major setback for the heroes in Company 4.

To observe Hague’s final moments, however, Shinra must first establish an Adolla Link, which he is now capable of doing because to his improved skills. This will set up Season 3, in which Company 8 and the Tokyo Empire team up to take on the Evangelist and his army.

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