Attack on Titan
"Attack on Titan" season two news, rumors and speculations. Screenshot/Funimation

The second season of the hit-anime "Attack on Titan" has yet to be released although it was announced back in 2015. The series was reportedly to release in early April but that doesn't seem to be the case anymore.

"Attack on Titan" season two was previously delayed to give the manga version time to get ahead of the animated series. MoviePilot reports, the anime team is waiting for the manga to be four arcs ahead, which currnetly is only two arcs ahead. Reportedly, the anime was suppose to create original content, but is now sticking closely to the manga instead.

Furthermore, director Tetsurō Araki and his team are currently working on the ongoing series "Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress," which is fueling rumors that "Attack on Titan" season two is not bound to happen in the near future, reports Christian Daily.

However, several reports say that production is already underway and a more recent report from MoviePilot suggests that the second season will premiere in the second half of 2016.

Meanwhile, a few new spoilers have come up including the one regarding the Reiss family. The spoilers reveals the Reiss family are royalty and have the same ability as Eren to turn into titans. Furthermore, the political situation in the second season of "Attack on Titan" will be explored further, as the characters uncover a conspiracy that connects the government to the origins of the titans themselves. Also certain characters may not be who you think they are and they'll be more interesting takeaways about the titans.

We won't spoil too much, but if you are interested in knowing what will happen in season two just read up on the manga wiki, or just read the "Attack on Titan" manga itself.

There is plenty material to tide us over until the second season arrives, such as video games or Captain Levi's own prequel anime titled, "Attack on Titan: No Regrets." Check out the action packed trailer below:

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