Dec 13, 2016 05:10 AM EST

'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 Spoilers, Air Date, News & Update: Goodbye Kaneki, Hello Sasaki; March 2017 Release Confirmed

"Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 is definitely one of the most anticipated anime series to make a comeback in 2017. Fans can expect Kaneki's return in March 2017 with a great new plot to fill the upcoming season.

MadHouse Studios has taken over the "Tokyo Ghoul" project from Studio Pierrot and is working on Season 3 already. "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 is slated for a March 2017 release and fans are excited to witness Kaneki in action again. There are spoilers for the upcoming season that have been leaked, and one of them claims that Kaneki will die this season.

A report by News Everyday claims that a new character will be introduced in "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 and his name is Haise Sasaki. Sasaki is a ghoul investigator from Quinx Squad, a special team of CCG investigators. As for his appearance, he does have a striking resemblance on our very own Kaneki Ken! Haise Sasaki has black and white hair and facial features similar to that of Kaneki. The report claims that Sasaki is Kaneki and apparently, they are one person. After Kaneki was supposedly killed by Arima, he survived and was given a new identity by the Commission of Counter Ghoul.

To make matters worse, Sasaki has amnesia. Thus, it is oblivious to the fact that he is proabably a ghoul. Not knowing this important part of his life can lead him to danger, as he can become out of control and end up hurting himself or those around him. 

According to Game N Guide, it is unlikely for the cancellation rumors to be true, while the same goes for the delay of "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3. Sources claim that the studio working on "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 is busy with another anime series, "Hunter X Hunter." The latter leaves fans worrying for "Tokyo Ghoul's" future and many are starting to believe that all the delays would eventually lead to the anime series being scrapped.

Apparently, that is not the case considering the success attained by the said anime, cancellation is unlikely. It is best to sit tight, and relax whilst enduring the delays of "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3. Stay tuned to Jobs & Hire for more updates.

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