Nov 28, 2016 02:33 AM EST

'Attack On Titan' Season 2 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Updates: Return Of Zeke & Transformation Of Eren Revealed

News just got out of the renewal of "Attack On Titan" after the hit anime series had major success with its first season. Now, avid anime fans have more reason to rejoice when "Attack On Titan" season 2 hits the TV screens next year.

According to News Everyday, the anime series is set to return next year in Spring but spoilers were already leaked online on what "Attack On Titan" season 2 would be. It has been three years since the first season satisfied fans with its intense action and unique storyline. It's not a surprise why a lot of anime forums already revealed some plot spoilers.

"Attack On Titan" season 2 will be airing in April 2017 since it's the trend for most Japanese TV shows. The series was already planned for a February air date but pushing it back to April would be more reasonable.

Spoilers suggest that in "Attack on Titan" season 2, Eren will be teaming up with Zeke to rescue Levi and Mikasa. Eren will also break his friendship with Mikasa because of the latter's betrayal of protecting Wall Rose.

More spoilers were also leaked that Eren and his half-brother Zeke will not have the chance to meet in "Attack On Titan" season 2. It is not yet confirmed if Zeke would return but the story of the two brothers will most likely be pushed for the third season.

There are also speculations about Eren becoming a Beast Titan and will become a lot more powerful than the others. Mikasa would also have the ability to transform into a titan in "Attack On Titan" season 2. Rumors have it that Mikasa will be devoured by a powerful titan next season which gave her the power to transform.

Fans just need to wait until next year for the most awaited anime series. For more updates on "Attack On Titan" season 2, stay tuned and feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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