Sword Art Online has slowly become one of the most popular anime shows on Netflix. The first two seasons of the show have racked up an impressive number of views. Fans of the hit anime title can’t wait to watch the third title of the anime show on Netflix.
Why do fans love Sword Art Online so much?
There are many anime titles available for streaming, but fans seem to prefer watching Sword Art Online. There is just so much to love in the anime series.
First of all, the storyline and the fight scenes are so incredible. It’s so easy for both anime fans and non-anime fans to fall for the show. The show also has some great visuals. Also, fans get to learn many real life lessons from the show.
This combination of factors make Sword Art Online one heck of an enjoyable anime show.
What to expect in Sword Art Online season 3
The third season of the show, Alicization, has received higher ratings compared to the first two seasons. It is mainly because it has an interesting storyline.
Kirito is duped by a private institute known as Rath to engage in trials for The Soul Translator. However, Rath is actually developing a secret A.I. for military use. Kirito spends 11 years participating in the experiments, but he has no memory about it.
After confronting a real-world enemy, Kirito enters a comatose state that leaves him in the Underworld. Season 3 focuses on Kirito as he tries to find a way back to the physical world. It really is an interesting story.
When to expect Sword Art Online Season 3 on Netflix.
Sword Art Online season 1 and season 2 are available on Netflix. Season 2 ended in late 2014, and it appeared on Netflix on 2015. The 3rd season ran from October 2018 to May 2019.
However, the title hasn’t appeared on Netflix yet. At the moment, you can only find Sword Art Online season 3 on Hulu, FUNimation, and Crunchyroll.
It’s unclear whether Netflix will acquire rights for season 3, but given how popular the show is, it’s very likely that it will appear on Netflix soon. Judging from how long it took for season 2 to appear on Netflix, season 3 will appear either late this year or in early 2020.
Viewers around the world can’t wait to see how Kirito handles the challenges of the Underworld.