Fire Force Season 3 Release Date: What does the Anime Series Have in Store?

Fire Force Season 3 Release Date: What does the Anime Series Have in Store?

Attention Fire Force fans: Get ready for the adrenaline-filled escapades of the Devil’s Footprints. The moment you’ve been eagerly awaiting has finally arrived with Season 3 officially announced. Here’s what we know about its imminent release.

On May 16, 2022, the official Fire Force anime Twitter account declared that a brand new season of the beloved show was confirmed.

Based on the manga of the same name by Atsushi Okubo, this acclaimed dark fantasy series first made its debut in September 2015. In July 2019 and 2020 respectively, it was adapted for an animated rendition with two thrilling seasons.

After a long wait, the fans of this anime can finally rejoice. Two years had passed since season one aired before production announced its much-anticipated sequel.

Fire Force Season 3 Release Date

The exact release date of Fire Force Season 3 has yet to be announced. However, it is anticipated that fans can enjoy this anime in 2023.

Rumor has it that the third installment of this anime series will air in the Summer of 2023, much like Seasons 1 and 2.

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Fire Force Season 3 Trailer

There is still no verifiable information available at the moment regarding Fire Force’s third season. That’s why promotional videos and trailers have yet to be released on its official page.

We will link the trailer for you once it’s released.

Fire Force Season 3 Release Date: What does the Anime Series Have in Store?

Story of Fire Force Seasons 1 & 2 

In a realm where humans are unexpectedly combusting, and transforming into demons in the process, an extraordinary fire brigade must take action. Shinra Kusakabe, a pyrokinetic teen with the alias “Devil’s Footprints”, volunteers to join Special Fire Force Company 8. His mission is twofold: prevent further infernal rampages and uncover details of what transpired twelve years ago when his family members suddenly perished.

In order to save humanity from the cursed blaze and finally solve this mysterious fire, Shinra and his company investigate various fire squads. However, they quickly become entangled in a web of corruption, fraudulence, and control.

The second season of Fire Force ended with complete pandemonium. Tokyo was ablaze and intruders were taking over the city, while Captain Hague from Company 4 had unfortunately perished. Shinra’s ongoing training to gain superhuman strength enabled him to have a vision of Adolla that allowed him to witness the captain’s final moments up close.

Season 3 is anticipated to showcase Tamaki and Company 8 as they form coalitions with different groups in Tokyo, providing much-needed support against the White Clad and the Evangelist.

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Fire Force Season 3 News

Fire Force’s immense popularity has resulted in numerous adaptations, including animation series, stage productions, and a videogame. 

As of May 2022, the Fire Force manga has sold a staggering 20 million copies worldwide and was even nominated for the 45th Kodansha Manga Award in 2021. Although its final chapter was released on February 22, 2022, leaving fans wondering if this could be the last season of animation adaptations. 

To date, the anime has adapted 174 chapters of manga across 20 volumes.

Season 1 included volumes from 1 to 11, and Season 2 followed up with the remaining nine. In all likelihood, Season 3 will begin at volume 21 and end at 34.

David Productions, the masterminds behind JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and Cells at Work, will be producing Fire Force Season 3 anime – just as they did with the prior two seasons.

Tatsuma Minamikawa, who served as animation director for Season 2 after taking over from Yuki Yase, might be back for the upcoming third season.

As we eagerly await the return of Fire Force, there is no telling whether this will be its final season.

Posted by Saumick Basu

Saumick has been writing about disruptive technologies since 2015 and has worked closely with developers, analysts, and marketers. Other than being a tech-storyteller, Saumick is an avid reader and a passionate drummer.

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