Attack On Titan: What to Expect in the upcoming Season?

Attack On Titan: What to Expect in the upcoming Season?

Attack on Titan (hereafter referred to as AOT) would undoubtedly be the most overhyped title of the year, similar to Madoka Magica and Sword Art Online (SAO) in previous years. And, like those, it will not live up to the expectations, as almost no performance ever does. It will end up being similar to SAO in that it will be a mega hit that will be thought about for a long time but will otherwise be a huge disappointment. Yeah, I’ve read the manga, but I know what I’m talking about when it comes to later story points.

As far as I know, Attack on Titan, Studio MAPPA’s critically acclaimed anime TV series, will receive new episodes in late 2021 after a successful first season.

Fans of the TV show were surprised to learn that the seemingly final episode of season 4, which aired on March 29, would not be the final episode after all.

Instead, Japan’s official Attack on Titan Twitter account announced that brand new episodes will be launched during the winter of 2022.

To be clear, this means that new episodes could premiere as early as December 2021 or as late as March 2022.

The announcement was followed by a 15-second teaser trailer. The video doesn’t reveal much about the upcoming episodes, which is understandable considering that MAPPA doesn’t want to give anything away ahead of time.

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When can new episodes of Attack on Titan: Final Season air?

At this time, MAPPA has not stated when new episodes will air. Season 4 of Attack on Titan, on the other hand, premiered in December 2020. If MAPPA follows the same formula for part 2, we should expect the final chapters of Attack on Titan to premiere in December 2021.

According to ScreenRant, Attack on Titan season 4 part 2 will have 23 episodes. This can be taken with a grain of salt, as MAPPA hasn’t mentioned how many entries will be included in the final installment of the series. Season 4 Part 2 could have 16 episodes as Part 1, or it could be similar to ScreenRant’s 23-episode prediction. To put it another way, we’ll just have to watch and see.

What we do know is that the anime already has a lot of Attack on Titan tales left to tell. The final installment of the Attack on Titan manga series will be published in April (h/t Polygon), so we can assume that the anime’s final episodes will loosely, if not precisely, match the source material. The most recent episode of Attack on Titan, Above and Below, ended on a cliffhanger, so expect the plot point to be picked up again ahead of what we think will be a fitting conclusion to the anime season.

Attack on Titan is currently streaming with English subtitles on Funimation and Crunchyroll, as well as Adult Swim’s Toonami programming block.

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