When Is ‘Fire Force’ Season 3 Coming Out?

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Listen, kid, that there’s sensitive infahmation. Askin’ a question like that ’round here could land you in the hoosegow. The slammah. The Big Uneasy. You’d be better off asking about the dub release of Given or part 2 of Chainsaw Man.

I can see you’re new. You’re young, you’re hungry for a scoop. Ya got dreams. Ambitions. And you’re detoimined to achieve ’em. I remember when I was like youse. Back in the good ol’ days. Asking the cats around town about Gundam Wing and Speed Racer. Brings a tear to my eye.

So, what’s the scoop?

I like ya, kid. So I’m gonna let you in on some insider info. But you gotta promise not to tell nobody, capiche? Take this envelope. Open it up, and take a little looksie inside.

Ya see that? It’s a big piece of paper with a question mark on it. Ya know why? CAUSE I DON’T. I gots no idea when the season is coming out. Zip. Bupkiss. Nada.

But like any good detective, I got a hunch…

Seasons of Fire Force always seem to air around seven or eight months after they’re first announced. Season 1? Announced November 2018, aired July 2019. Season 2? Announced December 2019, aired July 2020. There’s a PATTERN.

The new Fire Force Season 3 was announced on May 16th, 2022. Add seven or eight months to that little equation and you get a release date somewhere between December 2022 and January 2023.

It’s just a hunch, but my hunches are usually right. Except when I had that hunch that Hilary would win in 2016. And we all know how that ended up, don’t we?

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