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The season introduces Gabi Braun and Falco Grice, young Eldian Warrior candidates seeking to inherit Reiner's Armored Titan four years after the failed mission to reclaim the Founding Titan. While Marley plans to invade Paradis to strengthen their weakening military and retrieve the Founding Titan, the Survey Corps lay an attack in their homeland. As Marley and the Paradis forces go to war in Marley and the Shiganshina District, both sides sustain a heavy death toll while Gabi and Falco are forced to confront their internal tensions about the supposed "devils" of Paradis. In the second part of the season, aware of the global anti-Eldian sentiment resulting from Marleyan propaganda, Eren Jaeger preemptively targets the world outside of Paradis with the Rumbling, unleashing millions of Colossal-like Wall Titans in a widespread effort to kill all life beyond the island. In the third and final part of the season, the Alliance led by members of the Survey Corps and Warrior Unit head to Marley in order to stop Eren's Founding Titan and end the Rumbling.

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The first part of the season aired on NHK General TV from December 7, 2020, to March 29, 2021, at 12:10 a.m. JST.[2] In the United States, Adult Swim's Toonami programming block began airing Funimation's English dub on January 10, 2021, at 12:30 a.m. EST/PST.[3] In Southeast Asia, the subbed series was released on iQiyi.[4] A second part aired on NHK General TV from January 10 to April 4, 2022, at 12:05 a.m. JST.[5][6] A third and final part, subtitled The Final Chapters, will air in two halves; the first half, a one-hour special, premiered on March 4, 2023, at 12:25 a.m. JST while the second half will debut in fall 2023.[7][8][9][10] In Russia, it aired on the Crunchyroll streaming service via Wakanim before the company stopped distributing new episodes of the series after it was announced that Sony, the parent company, halted new Attack on Titan episodes from March 12 following the military's invasion of Ukraine after Japan has imposed economic and cultural sanctions against Russia.[11]

Special 1, though, settled the fates of some major players. Floch, having survived his fall in Attack on Titan The Final Season's second part, sabotaged the coalition's plane that was due to take off to find Eren. He dies and so, too, does Hange - making the final sacrifice to give the group enough time to escape from the impending Rumbling.

The air date for the last ever episode and series finale of Attack on Titan will depend on the episode count of part 2 - but fans likely have to wait until around April 2022 to find out how the groundbreaking anime ends.

However, despite his heroic origins Eren undergoes an almost reverse character arc, performing more and more violent acts until he becomes more of an anti-hero. By the end of season 4, part 1 he has announced his intention to destroy all nations outside of Paradis, and become the final series antagonist.

While part one of season 4 has now finished airing, there was a noticeable delay. Episode 14 of season 4 - the show's 73rd episode overall - was interrupted in Japan on 14th March due to breaking news coverage of a magnitude 4.9 earthquake in the Wakayama prefecture.

Many fans avoided watching Attack on Titan's opening and ending sequences to avoid said spoilers or hints until the seasons are over. Others, however, like to look closely at the visuals being shown and speculate as to what they could mean. There's a lot of foreshadowing and symbolism to be found in this series in general. So what could the visuals in this particular ending sequence possibly reveal?

Unfortunately, fans are not satisfied with the end of the Attack on Titan final season Part 2, as they think the anime series is unnecessarily overextending and it has been already stretched out to two parts over three years.

The fourth and final season of the Attack on Titan anime series subtitled Attack on Titan: The Final Season is produced by MAPPA. Jun Shishido is the chief director while director Yuichiro Hayashi replaced Tetsurō Araki and Masashi Koizuka.

While fans are eagerly anticipating the release of the next episode, many have taken to social media to express their excitement and appreciation for the first episode of the final season. Some have even called it the best episode of the series so far, praising the animation, voice acting, sound design, and visuals.

This understanding also helps explain the visual style with the hearts of the characters and titans shining throughout the song. Though it culminates in a strange final image that sees The Beast Titan running with dinosaurs and blue whales (a possible reference to previous Beast Titans), the strength of the theme still holds true and starts every episode of season two off on the right foot.

The 2nd episode of Attack on Titan final season part 2 is scheduled to be released on Jan 16 at 7:05 AM (Pacific Time) in Japan, however, the official English subbed version will be released with almost 6 hours of delay. On Crunchyroll, the episode will be released at 12:45 PM (Pacific Time).

Crunchyroll will be streaming the final season in America, Europe and Africa. Funimation will be streaming the series in Australia, United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, and New Zealand. Aniplus Asia, and Muse Asia will be broadcasting the series in south east Asia.

For now, Attack on Titan final season part 2 will be available on Netflix in selected few countries. In Malaysia, Phillipines, and Indonesia, the final season will be available on Netflix. However, for other regions, Netflix did not acquire rights for streaming.

The last part is once again made by MAPPA, who have been making the anime since its fourth season began in 2020; Production I.G's Wit Studio previously made seasons 1, 2, and 3. The new episodes will be directed by Yuichiro Hayashi, once again.

Part 2 of the final season ended on Chapter 130, and there are nine more chapters to be adapted from Isayama's manga series. It has not yet been confirmed how many episodes will be in each half of Part 3.

The fourth and final season has been split into three parts, with the first airing back in December 2020 and the second coming in January 2022. The third part will air in two different halves, with the first half debuting in a one-hour special in March.

Crunchyroll is expected to simulcast Attack on Titan season 4 part 3, but strangely the platform has neither confirmed this publicly just yet nor provided details on what time the special episode will be available to stream online.

Whilst the global Attack on Titan community is now counting down the hours until the series returns, many are aware that season 4 part 3 will be notably shorter than either part 1 or 2; as evidenced by the fact that part 3 will start with just a single hour-long episode.

A new promotional poster or 'key visual' for Shingeki no Kyojin aka Attack on Titan was released in March 2021 on the show's official website. Part 2 of the fourth season, which has been titled "The final season," by the creators, is confirmed. Read on for more details about the future of your favourite Titans -

While an exact date for the upcoming 'Final season' has not yet been announced, a 'guesstimate' can be made. The mid-season finale of the anime aired in March 2021. Fans of the manga already knew that this would not be the end, since plenty of content from the manga remained unaired.

Following the release of episode 75 in part 1 of the final season, the makers officially confirmed part 2, exciting several anime fans (who haven't read the manga). However, when is AOT season 4 part 2 coming out? An official confirmation states that Attack on Titan final season part 2 comes out in the Winter.

Even though a date has not been confirmed, some reports allege that the date will be set for sometime in Jan 2022. It is also possible that the final season will come out in December 2021, however, one can only guess. Since there is plenty of content left to cover from the manga, there is also the possibility that all of it won't be adapted on the show making fans wonder: What happens then?

Several fans online claim that Shingeki no Kyojin, aka Attack on Titan, will return for a fifth season in December 2021. This is reportedly false since the makers themselves have stated that it will be part 2 of the "final season" which is season 4. However, what happens if the anime's creators aren't able to encompass all of the manga's content in part 2? 041b061a72


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