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Code Geass Season 3 Release Date “Is Lelouch Still Alive?”

code geass season 3 release date

Fans of the Code Geass series are desperately waiting for Code Geass season 3! If you are one of those fans then, you are in the right place. Today, we will give you all the information you need about Code Geass season 3 and tell you when it could be releasing.

An exceptionally good anime with a legendary protagonist, I present “Code Geass /Lelouch” The anime Code Geass aired back on October 5, 2006. Almost one and a half-decade have passed ever since its anime debut and the fan base has always been ever-growing.

Code Geass Plot:

Lelouch: Alive Or Dead? Pic credit: Sunrise

Let me summarize the plot in a few sentences, After defeating Japan and renaming it as Area 11, the Holy Empire of Britannia continues to assert its dominance as a superior nation. In the midst of all of this, a new demon (Lelouch) emerges with the power of a king. Lelouch realizes the potential of this new power and tries to reclaim Japan from Britannia. He creates the black knights and establishes himself as Zero (the leader of black knights).

With two seasons of 25 episodes each, (Lelouch of the Rebellion R1, and R2) Code Geass ended on September 28, 2008. It was a genuinely good and unique series in terms of plot, the animation was a little outside the box (in a good way), not to mention the fight scenes and fans’ favorite “All hail Lelouch!” All of this made Code Geass one of the few masterpieces of all time.

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In 2012, the OVA series “Code Geass: Akito the exiled” joined the anime world. The OVA comprised of 5 movies and the plot takes place between the 1st and the second season of Code Geass.

On the final episode of the second season, the 99th Emperor of the Holy Britannia Empire, “Lelouch vi Britannia” was murdered, and the anime ended with world peace as the villain “Lelouch” who posed a threat to the entire world was now dead. The one who killed him was Zero (Suzaki, to be more precise).