When will Code Geass Season 3 Be Released?

Code Geass, one of the most popular anime series that began in the 2000s, may be about to enter its third chapter. Fans have been waiting for the third season of Code Geass to be released, and Crunchyroll has yet to confirm it. This mecha anime series has been hugely successful over the past two seasons, and no doubt fans are anxiously anticipating the new chapter after more than a decade of waiting.

What is Code Geass Season All About ?

The narrative of Lelouch vi Britannia, or LelouchLamperouge, an exiled prince, is told in Code Geass, a Sunrise studio production. The storey begins in the year 2010, when a group of robots known as ‘Knightmare Frames' launch an unwelcome invasion of Japan, which results in its forcible annexation. After being banished, Lelouch has renamed himself ‘Area 11' and plans to wage the struggle to avenge the wrongs done to his home. He assures Suzaku that he would liberate Japan from despotic machinations.

He is a student at Ashford Academy, where he plans to destroy the regime. C.C., a mystery girl, saves him from a terrorist attack and bestows the Geass, or “Power of Kings,” onto him. It enables Lelouch to command anybody he desires.

Code Geass Season 3

After recognising his newfound power, Lelouch embarks on a perilous voyage in which he disguises himself as Zero in order to exact vengeance on the Britannian Empire. However, he also fights distinct internal struggles to protect himself from the corrupting aspect of his newly acquired power. To free his kingdom, he establishes the extremist ‘Black Knights' gang.

As Lelouch progresses farther along his path, he encounters different impediments that deflect or impede him from achieving his goal. Along the road, he is pitted against Suzaku and his half-sibling, as he strives to hold the empire at bay.

What Will be The Release Date of Code Geass Season 3

Code Geass was initially published in the fall of 2006. Season two was released in 2008, and in 2019, an anime film named Code Geass: Lelouch of the Resurrection was released, which takes place in its own chronology rather than the anime's. Another film, Code Geass: Z of the Recapture, is now in development, and the following anime will continue the events of the 2019 film.

Each anime season consisted of 25 episodes. The third season of one of the highest-rated anime series of all time is currently under development. While no official release date has been set, it is likely to arrive in theatres somewhere between the autumn of 2022 and the winter of 2023, following the release of Code Geass: Z of the Recapture.

Interesting things that you missed about Code Geass Season 

On October 5, 2006, the Mainichi Broadcasting System (MBS) broadcasted the first episode of Code Geass . On November 7, 2006, it had its Japanese satellite television premiere on Animax.  The series went on pause on March 29, 2007, after showing the first 23 episodes, and finished broadcasting the first season with a contiguous one-hour broadcast of episodes 24 and 25 on Saturday, July 28, 2007.

On April 6, 2008, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 began in the primetime anime timeslot on all Japan News Network (JNN) member stations (such as MBS and TBS), with the schedule moving from 18:00 JST on Saturdays to 17:00 JST on Sundays. Three private preview screenings of episode 1 were hosted on March 15 and 16 in Osaka and Tokyo, respectively, prior to the series' television premiere, which were attended by the series' Japanese voice actors as well as a pool of 3800 randomly selected applicants.

Due to an error by Bandai Channel, Bandai's online broadcast channel and the series' online distributor, on April 15, 2008, at 17:00 JST, the last 6 minutes of the then-unaired third episode were accidentally posted onto the Internet due to an error by Bandai Channel, Bandai's online broadcast channel and the series' online distributor, while testing a system to prevent illegal online uploads.

How much Code Geass Season Earned?

Akito the Exiled episodes 1, 3, and 5 were exhibited in Japanese theatres between 2012 and 2016, with episode 1 grossing $35,112,097 ($440,054) in 2012 and episodes 3 and 5 garnering 216,957,460 ($1,994,224) in 2015–2016. The three episodes earned a total of 252,069,557 yen ($2,434,280) at the Japanese box office.

Code Geass released three theatrical recap movies in Japan between 2017 and 2018 (October 21, February 10, and May 26), totaling 79 theatres. The first instalment, The Awakening Path, debuted at #8 on the box office with a total of 67,954,086.40. The Rebellion Path debuted at #7 on the box office with a total of 57,241,203.20. The Imperial Path premiered at #8 on the box office with a first-day total of 67,864,834,800 dollars. In Japan, the film trilogy grossed a total of 647,802,700 yen.

Wrapping Up

While the anime series' third season has yet to be confirmed, you may follow the film adaptation of this extremely successful anime series that effectively expands the Code Geass world. The preceding two seasons are also available in English dub on Funimation and Crunchyroll.