Nov 15, 2016 05:08 AM EST

'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 Latest News & Update: Delayed Due to Major Changes?

Fans are hyped when the news of a third season of the popular Japanese anime, "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 was announced and their excitement further intensifies when gossips of the next plot were leaked online.

No confirmations about the leaked story of "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 are given by the production team so rumors will remain theories until someone from the team confirms it.

According to Game n Guide, one of the reasons why the producers are not making a buzz about it is because there were information that Studio Pierrot handed over the production of "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 to Madhouse, causing delays.

Fans are upset with the delays but commented that the transfer will be beneficial for "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 because Madhouse is the known company that produced the hit anime series like "One Punch Man" and "Death Note."

If "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3's transfer proved to be true, then extra violence, blood, and gore will be anticipated in this coming season since Madhouse proved to be an expert in bringing 'darkness' into their anime like what they've done with 'Death Note'.

The story arc of "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 will most probably focus on the protagonist Kaneki Ken and his friend Kirishima Touka. A backstory will maybe introduce to give an explanation on why Touka acts aloof yet disrespectful towards Kaneki.

There are also speculations that we will see Kaneki in his full Kakuja form in "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3. As previously shown in the past seasons, Kaneki obtained an incomplete Kakuja form resembling a centipede. His next and full form will probably look like a snake-like. There are some clues on snake-like forms found in the original source materials of the series.

It is speculated that the release of "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3, will be this coming winter or early next year. However, fans should take all these rumors keeping in mind that this are all guesses. While the fans are eagerly waiting for season 3, a "Tokyo Ghoul" live-action movie based on the manga was announced last June 2016 that will soon hit the big screen this coming summer of 2017.

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