According to the latest issue (#45) of Shueisha’s Weekly Young Jump, Akasaka Aka’s Kaguya-sama: Love is War manga is entering the final arc. The author also teased it back in December 2020, saying “From now on the story enters the final phase”. The latest volume for the series was volume 23, and it released in Japan on August 18 this year. You can check out the cover:
Akasaka Aka previously said that the manga went for longer than he imagined and that the midfield game was over. He also said that it had entered the ‘final game’ and asked the fans to stick around for a while longer. This was back in August 2020.
Kaguya-sama: Love is War has been serialized since 2015 and it has a total of 23 volumes. VIZ licensed it in English, and they describe the story:
As leaders of their prestigious academy’s student council, Kaguya and Miyuki are the elite of the elite! But it’s lonely at the top… Luckily for them, they’ve fallen in love! There’s just one problem—they both have too much pride to admit it. And so begins the daily scheming to get the object of their affection to confess their romantic feelings first…
Love is a war you win by losing.
The series received 2 anime seasons by A-1 Pictures, which were incredibly well received. Season 2 was even voted as the Anime of the Year for 2020 by our fans, with votes from 47,323 people! It also has 2 live-action films, and 3 new OVA episodes came out in May 2021. A season 3 TV anime was confirmed, but it has no release date yet.
The Kaguya-sama manga will take a break next week, and the final arc will start on October 21.
Source: Weekly Young Jump