'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 Release Date, Predictions: Haise Sasaki Possibly The New One-Eyed King; Summer 2017 Premiere Likely [VIDEO]

Fans of Tokyo Ghoul anime are getting impatient as the release date of the Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 is approaching.

Several Tokyo Ghoul predictions suggested that the new season was to be released in 2016, however, the season has been shifted to be released in 2017, as earlier report suggests.

Tokyo Ghoul release date is presumably during summer of 2017. However, this is still speculation, as the anime has been getting numerous hiccups during its production. 

As for Tokyo Ghoul rumors, it has been speculated that a new investigator would be joining the anti-ghoul police force CCG. The new character is named Haise Sasaki, and is actually Ken Kaneki is disguise. 

Moreover, it is rumored that Arima was actually the original leader of Aogiri Tree, and that he was the original One-Eyed King that led Aogiri Tree from its shadows. Currently, the manga hasn't progressed much, but it seems that the title of the One-Eyed King has passed from Arima to Haise.

Fans of the series were shocked to see the ending of Tokyo Ghoul Season 2. It ended in a bitter terms that may have foreshadowed Ken Kaneki's death at the hands of Arima "The Reaper". However, it seems that Kaneki is alive and well, and is suffering from amnesia and thereby having difficulty to relate to his ghoul half.

However, recent Tokyo Ghoul news suggest that the anime is suffering blows from its production and animator team, as the studio is migrating animators to different other projects. Moreover, the manga hasn't progressed much and new content isn't available to work with.

Moreover, the production houses for Tokyo Ghoul have changed from Madhouse to Peirrot Studios, which has again contributed to the delay of the anime.

Opptrends has reported that Tokyo Ghoul anime is slated for a release in March 2017. Stay tuned for more updates.

 

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