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Code Geass Season 3: Release Date, Is the Season 3 coming in 2021?

Code Geass Season 3 is CONFIRMED & Lelouch is Returning: Release Date

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion or simply Code Geass, has seen two incredibly successful seasons. Sunrise studios released the anime in 2006 and since then, it had only seen popularity. After a two-year-long wait, Watch Code Geass Online Season 2 saw release in 2008 and was followed by two Original Video Animations” in 2009. Subsequently, fans began speculating about the release of Code Geass Season 3.

Although it seems highly unlikely after such a long wait, will Season 3 Happen? If it is true, who can we expect in the cast?

Let’s keep our fingers crossed and find out.

Code Geass Season 3 Storyline

Code Geass- Lelouch of the Rebellion is an anime series that was produced by Sunrise. Goro Taniguchi and Ichiro Okouchi created the anime while the former directed it. Fans in Japan received the anime extremely well. Both seasons of the anime have won several awards. The writer of the anime is Ichiro Okouchi. Code Geass is an alternate history anime.

Code Geass Season 3 is CONFIRMED & Lelouch is Returning: Release Date

The anime follows the life of an outcast prince, Lelouch, who receives a mysterious power. His given power allows him to control others. Subsequently, he becomes the masked leader of a rebellion. Will he lead his followers to victory?

The Official Announcement

Season 2 of the show ended on a tragic note and consequently, the fans have been eagerly waiting for the release of Season 3.

It has been over a decade since Code Geass ended. The producers have kept quiet for so long, letting the fans stew in their rumors. However, in early 2019, the producers stirred up a storm by releasing a Code Geass film called Code Geass – Lelouch of the Ressurection. So, will there be a Season 3?

As of now, the studio has made no official announcements regarding the release of Season 3. Thus, it is very hard to say whether Season 3 will be releasing anytime soon.

Code Geass Season 3 Release Date:

Actually, I trust Season 3 Release Date would not occur as the arrangement hushed up every one of these years (about 10 years) and the anime finished toward the finish of Season 2 story-wise. That was until the arrival of Lelouch of the Resurrection.

If one happens, it probably won’t be sooner rather than later, maybe in the fall of 2020 or in the winter of 2021. Sure the show stays an adored crowd, however, the journalist’s inertia regarding the anime arrangement diminishes the possibilities of a Season 3. Now the delays in the Season 3 release date can be attributed to the sudden onset of Covid-19. This is because Covid-19 has caused significant delays in the production schedules of many movies, tv-series, and animes.

Be that as it may, you never know, maybe it will return over and above anyone’s expectations previously and surprise the universe of anime.

The Expected Plot

Fortunately, the third film got done with the life of Lelouch as he gave Suzaku’s Zero name. If the maker’s esteem is important to make a fourth film, at that point they do have a few roads to investigate instead of Season 3 where it would’ve pushed ahead without Lelouch. The fun reality, he flew with C.C after Lelouch surrendered the Zero mantle. Also, the assumed name L.L. dominated, which Taniguchi clarified as Lelouch’s concept of a proposition.

The Trailer

Until then, it seems that all we can do is wait for more news and stew with speculation. To calm your rousing curiosity, Here’s The Trailer of Code Geass Lelouch of the Resurrection for you. So you don’t lose hope because we might have another season post-Pandamic. Keep Waiting people!

Code Geass is available on Crunchyroll. So those who want to watch it can check it out there.

But until we have a definitive release date for Code Geass, you can check out more about DanMachi Season 3 and more.

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Priyal Yadav

Hi There! I am a second-year Journalism student at the Symbiosis Centre for Media and Communication. I love books, languages, and history. Political and Feminist discourse is up there too.

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