Attack on Titan is set to end the TV anime journey the next year with its fourth season’s 3rd part, and fans have their eyes prepared on the show in front of its rebound, and many are interested how Eren’s grievous story will end.
Furthermore, presently, a new artwork for season four has ventured out in front of its finale.
The new artwork arranges a peculiar mix of warriors. The rebellious characters are together essentially as expected as Mikasa, Jean, Armin, Levi, and Hange stand decked out in gear. Notwithstanding, they are joined by Eren in spite of the gathering’s new riff. The star seems as though he’s prepared to change into a Titan without warning, and his empty articulation is somewhat troubling.
Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 3 will premiere on 2023.
Attack on Titan: The Final Season 2 Part premiered on January 9, 2022.
Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 1 anime debuted on December 7, 2020.
You can watch the anime by following the link! – via Crunchyroll
The anime’s fourth season is portrayed by Crunchyroll as following:
“It’s been four years since the Scout Regiment reached the shoreline, and the world looks different now. Things are heating up as the fate of the Scout Regiment—and the people of Paradis—are determined at last. However, Eren is missing. Will he reappear before age-old tensions between Marleyans and Eldians result in the war of all wars?”
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The anime’s staff includes:
- Yuichiro Hayashi as the Director
- Hiroshi Seko as the Script Supervisor
- Tomohiro Kishi as the Character Designer
- Hiroyuki Sawano and Kohta Yamamoto as Music Composers
- Shūhei Yabuta also joins the CGI Staff
- Takahiro Uezono as the 3DCG Director
- Animation Studio: MAPPA
The series is available on Crunchyroll, Funimation, AnimeLab and Aniplus Asia as well.
Attack on Titan manga chapter was released on February 9th in Japan.
Attack on Titan is a Japanese manga arrangement composed and represented by Hajime Isayama.
Attack on Titan has become a basic and business achievement. As of December 2019, the manga has more than 100 million tankōbon duplicates on paper around the world, making it extraordinary compared to other selling manga arrangements, time.