God eater is an anime adaptation of the God Eater video game. The anime television series was directed by Takayuki Hirao and produced by Hikaru Kondo. The story is written by Takayuki Hirao and Kei Tsunematsu. The series had a total of thirteen episodes. The series had its debut in July 2015 and concluded on March 26, 2016. God Eater Season 2 is eagerly awaited by the fans since then.
God Eater Season 2 Release Date
Actually, season 2 was expected to be released in 2017, but it did not happen. Later it was rumored that it may happen in late 2019. But that also was not done. As of now, no news about the second season of God Eater has been announced. God Eater is a very popular game brand. God Eater Season 2 and God Eater 3 in the game series has already been released. So there is enough source material for season 2 of the anime series. We can expect that the Season 2 of the anime may happen somewhere in 2021.
Season 1 of the anime was based on the video game franchise published by Bandai Namco. The story takes place in the post-apocalyptic future. The man eating creatures known as Aragami has made the human race almost extinct. An organization called Fenrir is creating weapons to kill Aragamis. Will God Eater Season 2 coming soon?
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The people who make weapons are badasses, and they are called God Eaters. This video game was released in 2010 for the PlayStation Portable. Later it was adapted as an anime television series. God Eater Season 2 may include, Lenka Utsugi as the lead character. Lindow may lose his arm during a fight with Aragami.
In the second season we might also see Lindow and Shio with another hero character. Inclusion of another hero character can add to the beauty of the second season of the series.
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