Attack on Titan: The Final Season, one of late Fall 2020 anime season’s most anticipated series is getting ready for its huge premiere and after a year of a longing fans’ can’t wait to get a taste of the new season.
The final season of the series will be animated by the successful Animation Studio MAPPA, which is responsible for the animation of Jujutsu Kaisen, The God of High School and many more. The studio didn’t disappoint fans’ expectations with the animation of the mentioned series and fans expect to see the same effort at their favorite series Attack on Titan.
Another report recommends the anime will wind up taking a break half through the season.
The report comes from Japan after Netflix clients were given an extraordinary alert for December’s record of delivery. The notice was shipped off fans who had the Netflix application, and it said 133 shows are going to join Netflix remembering Attack for Titan: The Final Season, part. The report was shared by Reddit user @eoten.
This update has provoked the consideration of fans. It is the primary direct note enumerating a split cour for season four. Fans have theorized such a delivery plan was coming given the past deferrals from Attack on Titan. A split cour would help facilitate the tension on the anime’s production staff, and this Netflix update seems to affirm the doubt.
Attack on Titan: The Final Season is scheduled to premiere on December 7, 2020.
Attack on Titan manga chapter 134th was released on November 9, 2020 in Japan.