God Eater Season 2 Updates: The anime series’s first season premiered in 2015, which consisted of 13 episodes. And since then, the fans are excited about a sequel. The anime series is based on a video game, published by Bandai Namco. It takes place in a post-apocalyptic future world. In this said world, man-eating creatures reside, who are called Aragami’s and owing to them, human beings are on the verge of getting extinct.
Additionally, these monsters can’t be murdered with normal weapons. So, an organization known as Fenrir takes an initiative, and develop weapons known as God Arcs, which will help the human beings assassinate the monsters. And, the people who possess the weapons, are known as God Eater.
The series has become quite famous for its first season. And after, 1sts season’s ending, fans have started demanding a sequel. So, continue reading to know more.
God Eater Season 2: Release date
Although there are quite a lot of speculations about the sequel, unfortunately, no official announcement has arrived yet. In 2019, even rumors had started regarding a sequel, but in the current scenario, no such notification is available. So, it seems like the anime creators have shelved the idea of making a sequel.
Additionally, the current pandemic situation may also be a reason for the makers not to announce the sequel’s arrival.
The storyline of Season 2
The God Eater anime revolves around Arigami’s, man-eating monsters. You must have witnessed, both in the series as well as the game, Arigami kills all Human beings and feasts on them. These creatures are sort of immortal and can’t be killed using any normal weapons. But can be destroyed using the God Arcs. Fenrir, an organization developed this miracle weapon. But in the first season, Lidow loses his arms.
So, we require a new season, which would embark on the journey of a new antagonist, ready to fight against Arigami. Based on sources, like the videogame, here also, Lenka Utsugi may be the new antagonist.
But we should first await the official notification for any further assumptions.