Fire Force Season 3 Cancelled: Here What You Need To Know

Anime is thriving today, thanks to the genre’s plethora of intriguing and visually appealing animated series. For example, the film “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” has already set a few box office records, while “Jujutsu Kaisen’s” blend of traditional shone action with the supernatural has arguably made it a must-see series. We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention “Fire Force,” whose unique take on a group of firefighters and the concept of spontaneous combustion has aided the series’ well-deserved appeal.

Shinra Kusakabe, a third-generation pyrokinetic who can ignite his feet with fire, is the focus of the series, which is based on the manga by “Soul Eater” author Atsushi Kubo. Shinra joins up with another group of pyrokinetics known as Special Fire Force Company 8 to combat Infernals, who are humans who have been changed into living fires by spontaneous combustion.

The second season of “Fire Force” ended in December 2020, and it was one of Amazon Prime Japan’s top five most-watched anime television shows (Via Anime News Network). Fans have been clamouring for another season of the hit show, so here’s all we know about Season 3 of “Fire Force.”

When will Fire Force Season 3 be released

Season 3 of “Fire Force” has yet to receive an official release date or confirmation. However, given the popularity of the show and the manga’s sales, there’s reason to believe that another season of the series is in the works, and an announcement might be made soon. According to the Official “Fire Force” Anime Twitter, the manga had sold over 15 million copies by late April. With that much money in sales, it’s evident that the show is successful enough to justify a second season.

Shinra Kusakabe, a third-generation pyrokinetic who can ignite his feet with fire, is the focus of the series, which is based on the manga by “Soul Eater” author Atsushi Kubo. Shinra joins up with another group of pyrokinetics known as Special Fire Force Company 8 to combat Infernals, who are humans who have been changed into living fires by spontaneous combustion.

The second season of “Fire Force” ended in December 2020, and it was one of Amazon Prime Japan’s top five most-watched anime television shows (Via Anime News Network). Fans have been clamouring for another season of the hit show, so here’s all we know about Season 3 of “Fire Force.”

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Season 3 of “Fire Force” has yet to receive an official release date or confirmation. However, given the popularity of the show and the manga’s sales, there’s reason to believe that another season of the series is in the works, and an announcement might be made soon. According to the Official “Fire Force” Anime Twitter, the manga had sold over 15 million copies by late April. With that much money in sales, it’s evident that the show is successful enough to justify a second season.

According to Atsushi Kubo, the manga will be finished shortly, which may cause a delay in the development of a new anime season. Okubo revealed in an interview with Monsters And Critics that he intended the manga to end around volume 30, however this could change. Furthermore, as Anime News Network reported, Okubo claimed in the manga’s 23rd volume that the plot was nearing its conclusion and that “Fire Force” will be his final effort. There may be a short delay in determining when the manga will end, considering there have been 28 volumes issued so far.

While a late 2021 release for Season 3 is feasible, it seems more likely that an official announcement will be made later in the year, with a release date likely in 2022.

Who’s in the Fire Force Season 3 cast

There is no official list of who will be in the cast of “Fire Force” Season 3 yet. Based on the first two seasons of the show’s consistency behind the scenes, we’re likely to see a primarily returning cast. Only a few new characters, such as Ogun Montgomery (voiced by Makoto Furukawa (Japanese) and Zeno Robinson (English), and Scop (voiced by Kentaro Ito (Japanese) and Tyler Walker (English), were added to the cast (English). Shinra’s voice cast, which includes Gakuto Kajiwara (Japanese) and Derick Snow (English), should return (Via Anime News Network).

Season 3 should be animated by the same studio that animated the first two seasons, David Production. Season 2 of “Fire Force” will be directed by Tatsuma Minamikawa, who took over for Yuki Yase. Unless otherwise noted, Minamikawa is expected to return as director, with Kazuhiro Miwa as principal animator and Kenichiro Suehiro as composer, for season 3.

What is the plot of Season 3 of Fire Force

We don’t have any plot details for Season 3 of “Fire Force” yet. Because the anime has mainly followed the manga, we can probably assume what Shinra’s Season 3 will involve. Season 1 of the anime covered volumes 1 through some of 11 of the manga, while Season 2 covered the rest of volume 11 up to some chapters of volume 20. Unless the anime series drifts into filler territory like “Naruto” or “Bleach,”

Season 3 might adapt volume 20 up to its potential finale if the manga is genuinely at the end of its plot. The Season 2 finale seems to hint at a future confrontation between Company 8 and the Evangelists that would be considerably bigger. Shinra was pushed in his training to reach a new point named “The Press Of Death” in order to become stronger in order to deal with the Company’s increasingly lethal foes.

Meanwhile, the assassination of Company 4’s Captain Hague in the season finale delivered a major setback to the heroes. Shinra is able to establish an Adolla Link, allowing him to witness Hague’s final moments, thanks to his new degree of ability. Season 3 will most likely pick up where

Season 2 left off, with Company 8 teaming up with the Tokyo Empire to take against the Evangelist’s formidable forces.

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