Arrow season 3 finale's title has been revealed by the show's executive producer Marc Guggenheim.

On 8 April, Guggenheim announced, via his Twitter account, that production has begun on the season three finale of Arrow, and the title might just offer up a few clues as to what fans can expect from the highly anticipated episode.

What can the finale episode title - My Name Is Oliver Queen mean?

We have already seen Oliver in a new League of Assassins outfit for The Flash finale episode. "If that chronologically takes place before Arrow's season three finale, what are the chances that this title refers to Oliver shedding his new 'Ra's al Ghul' identity and going back to his usual self?" speculates ComicBookMovie.

Alternatively, the title could also mean that Arrow decides to reveal his real identity to the public.

Meanwhile, in the promo video (below) of Arrow season 3's upcoming episode titled Broken Arrow, Oliver explains his plans to break Roy out of prison. Within 10 seconds of that, Roy is seen being stabbed in the back during a prison riot.

Rumours about a major character dying have been circulating the web for a while now and this recent image posted by Guggenheim of Arrow season 3's final table read, only solidifies the theory that it could be Roy Harper.

Notice that actor Colton Haynes who plays Roy Harper/ Arsenal on the show is missing (if not cut out) from this image.

Broken Arrow airs on 15 April at 8pm ET on The CW.