AOT fans have reached midway of Attack on Titan Final season. In its 8-year-old journey, AOT has stoked excitement, twists, and controversy. For fans who began watching anime in the 2010s or have experienced the anime’s evolution over the last decade, the conclusion genuinely marks the end of an era. Despite the fact that the AOT anime series first aired in 2013, it is now in its Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2.
The fourth season has turned out to be the longest-running series finale. MAPPA Studios will continue with the animation of the final season episodes. Get all the details we know so far!
When is Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 release date?
AOT Season 4 Part 1 premiered on 6th December 2020, and its last episode 75 wrapped up on 29th March 2021. A day just before the supposed finale episode of Attack on Titan Season 4 was to air, an official announcement on Twitter was made. The news brought cheer in the camp of AOT fans. It was tweeted in Japanese with a short teaser and said
The makers confirmed Attack on Titan Final Season Episode 76, titled “Condemnation” release date was revealed to the anime world. Part 2 of anime is returning “this winter” in Japan on NHK General TV.
The winter anime calendar of Japan falls always between December and March. Fans were rooting for the December release because there are few more prominent anime releases happening around similar timelines and they would not like them to overlap.
On 13th October, Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 release date got confirmed with the launch of a new Trailer. 34 seconds long PV of Part 2 came as a surprise. The trailer had a hidden message, somewhat of what every AOT fan has been waiting for.
Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Episode 1 has got a release on Sunday, January 9th, 2022 globally. The Attack of the Giants 4 Part 2 will arrive on January 10, 2022, at 00:05 in the Japanese time zone.
Here check out the tweet
On the occasion of the reveal of the release date, Hajime Isayama has left a message to his readers:
“I am looking forward to the second half of the final season. Even in the original it was difficult to draw, and I am very sorry that MAP will find it difficult again in so many scenes like it happened to the assistants, I’m sorry, but the most difficult scenes are the ones I look forward to the most. I hope the people who watch them for the first time in the anime will enjoy them. “
Countries that can access Crunchyroll and Funimation platforms will be able to watch the simulcast version episodes the same day as they air in Japan. In other words, it will be English subtitles will be coming on these platforms the same day each episode gets aired in Japan.
AOT Season 4 Part 2 New Teaser by MAPPA
Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 Trailer
At the closure of Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 1 Episode 75, a short 23 seconds teaser was shared by MAPPA. It gives text information about the next episode 76 and its return date. A piece of emotional piano music in the background hints that the finale will be a poignant one.
Today, the release date announcement was done with Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 PV. It is a video of various giants such as Ellen giant and armour giant fighting a fierce battle. One gets a glimpse of injured Levi in the new trailer. Catch it here!
The opening focuses on a mystical place that we have already seen in the first key visual of the anime with a focus on the Attack Giant, the Tank, the Beast and then quickly passes to all the other characters most important of The Attack of the Titan.
MAPPA has not revealed Shingeki no Kyojin: The Final Season Part 2 episodes count. But there will be some inquisitive soul to figure out from Blu-Ray pre-orders. Making an educated guess, in past, each episode has normally covered one or two chapters. Season 4 Part 1 Episode 75 ended at Chapter 117. Manga concluded with Chapter 139. With only 22 manga chapters left to be covered, fans can expect 15-16 more episodes in Part 2. The final season will be of whopping 30-32 episodes in total.
Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 Cast
The lead cast and characters from Part 1 and AOT Season 3 will be retained. The voice-over artistes that will be retained include:
- Maria Inoue as Armin Arlert
- Yuki Kaji as Eren Jaeger
- Hiroshi Kamiya as Levi
- Shiori Mikami as Historia
- Romi Park as Hange Zoe
- Yui Ishikawa (Violet Evergarden of AOT Season 2) as Mikasa Ackermann
- Takehito Koyasu as Zeke
- Hiroshi Kamiya as Captain Levi
What is Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 Plot?
The plotline of Attack on Titan (titled Shingeki no Kyojin in Japanese) revolves around a civilization inside three walls, the only place on Earth where people still survive. Over a century ago, the appearance of humanoid giants known as Titans, who attack and consume people on sight, drove humankind to the verge of extinction.
The last survivors of humankind hid behind three concentric walls and lived in peace for over a century. To battle Titans, the military utilizes Vertical Maneuvering Equipment, a pair of waist-mounted grappling hooks, and gas-powered propulsion that allows for incredible three-dimensional movement.
The author did an excellent job of keeping the secrets hidden so that we would want to know more. It also has good character development. Furthermore, the characters in Attack on Titan are well-developed.
It’s still too early for an explicit synopsis of Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 to be released, but based on where Part 1 left us, it’s reasonable to believe we’re on the verge of a full-fledged conflict. No one will be safe, even by Attack on Titan standards.
Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 Spoilers
The season finished with Marley’s surviving military troops practically falling from the skies on The Shiganshina District (the town where the entire story began) in order to capture or execute Eren. Eren had recently eliminated the majority of Marley’s military (as well as killing thousands of civilians), so it stands to reason that they would not allow it to happen again.
When Attack on Titan returns, the spotlight will most likely be on the series’ main protagonist, Eren Yeager, who will also most likely become the show’s primary emphasis in the future. Eren originally emerged in season 4 and executed a large number of innocent individuals in an attack on the nation of Marley.
The existence was only revealed to viewers in the Attack On Titan Season 3 finale and promptly became the focus of the Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 1. Eren seemed to be at odds with almost every one after that, and the clear war crime hung heavy over the once noble protagonist.
The last two episodes of Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 1 showed that Eren was allegedly working with his half-brother Zeke. The plot was to sterilize all Eldians in order to eliminate the misery caused by those with titan capabilities and those without. In short, the already grim series became much worse.
It is speculated that Eren was pretending to cooperate with Zeke’s sterilization scheme and that he had a different plan to eliminate both human and titan-human misery. Given that Eren was always portrayed to viewers as sympathetic previous to Attack On Titan Season 4, the season’s end is likely to include a redemption arc for Eren.
In any event, the conflict between Marley and the series’ longtime Eldian characters should be addressed before the end of Attack on Titan, whether by Eren or a figure untouched by the massacre of innocents.
Will Eren employ the Rumbling and the Colossal Titans were hidden in the fortifications around Paradis Island to defeat the Marley army? Will Reiner assassinate him? Levi, what happened to him? We’ll have to wait and see what happens in Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2, the finale.
Where can I watch Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 Dub?
No official announcement has been made on where the global fans are able to watch Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 Dub. However, AOT Season 4 Part 1 streaming platforms are likely to continue. The simulcast version will be available on Funimation, Hulu, and Crunchyroll. The English subs will be followed by an English dub shortly after, followed by a Toonami broadcast.
Will there be Attack on Titan Season 5 in the future?
The reaction to the ending of Shingeki no Kyojin manga by its fans there lies the probability of the series getting a second lease of life. There are chances that Hajime Isayama’s popular anime franchise may get a deserving finale leaving fans content.
For any anime to get renewed there are two criteria – its popularity and sufficient manga material in-store. While AOT has only 25 chapters left, keeping in mind its popularity, Kodansha can rethink its marketing strategy. Boruto: Naruto Next Generations can serve as an example to be made where old and new casts come together.
Fans can certainly hope for Attack on Titan Season 5 or even an Attack on Titan The Final movie in the future. Making an anime movie is highly probable with the precedent set by the record-breaking performance by Demon Slayer: Mugen Train. MAPPA will be compelled to think on these lines.
Fun facts about Attack on Titan
- The Manga originally began 7 years before the anime premiered.
- There is an Attack on Titan perfume available in Japan.
- The Titans aren’t the series’ greatest mysteries… The Wall is to blame.
- There are body pillows available on the characters of Attack on Titan.
- The Titans were modeled after well-known Martial Artists.
- The series is banned in China
Apart from the short teaser trailer, there is no concrete detail revealed by MAPPA. Expectedly, as winter 2021 approaches and production on Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 closes upon, we will hear finer details. We still have few months to go as AOT fans. We can utilize it by revisiting past seasons and reading Shingeki no Kyojin manga. Share with us your excitement!