When will the third and last part of the series’ final season air?
It has been confirmed that the third and final season of Attack on Titan will premiere in 2023. The news was shared on the show’s official Twitter account, along with a teaser video for the upcoming third and final episode of Season 4. (which you can watch below). Aside from that, we know next to nothing. It’s unlikely to be delayed if there’s a firm release date set, even taking into account the increasingly hectic schedule of animation company MAPPA. Details will be revealed during a November 13 “Special Event” for the programme.
Release date forecast for Attack on Titan, Episode 88
In its almost decade-long career, Attack on Titan has had a wide variety of release periods. It has been customary for new seasons of anime to premiere in the spring, fall, and winter as of 2013. The most likely release date for Attack on Titan episode 88 is somewhere in the late Winter 2022/23 timeframe, which would put it anywhere between January and February 2023. Why? The premieres of the first two episodes of the Final Season will occur in December 2020 and January 2022. Now that we know what to expect, next year’s deliveries should be possible on schedule barring any unexpected manufacturing delays. As we’ll see in a moment, Part 3 should also be shorter than the first two, which should help with production time.
What format does Attack on Titan: Season 4 Part 3 take (movie, TV, etc.)?
It was speculated that the last season of Attack on Titan might be made into a film. That’s probably because “canon” anime films like Jujutsu Kaisen 0 and Demon Slayer Mugen Train keep doing well at the box office. But that’s not the situation here. Instead of being a single feature film, the third and final season of Attack on Titan will be broken up into many episodes on television.
How many more episodes of Attack on Titan will air?
It’s possible that Chapter 3 won’t be too long, but that’s not a guarantee. The reason for this is that it is fast exhausting its supply of raw materials. Season 4 of Attack on Titan adapted the manga up to chapter 116, which took 16 episodes. Part 2 of the concluding season spanned chapters 117-130 over the course of 12 episodes. With just nine more manga chapters to adapt, Season 3 of Attack on Titan might consist of roughly 10 episodes based on the current ratio of manga chapters to episodes. That might go up to 12 or 13 depending on how MAPPA handles the forthcoming (and likely) action-packed sequences.
Trailer for Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3:
It’s to be anticipated that at this early stage, the Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 trailer will be more of a teaser and reveal relatively little. The teaser runs for 15 seconds and features an increasingly frightening score as Eren’s opponents (Mikasa, Armin, Jean, Hange, Gabi, Falco, Annie, Pieck, Connie, Levi, and Reiner) follow in the path blazed by one of the Colossal Titans. Not only is it significant that Levi is wearing ODM gear, but it also serves as a very heavy-handed metaphor for following (quite literally) in Eren’s footsteps as they hunt for the former Scout. After taking some serious hits early in the Final Season, it looks like he’ll be fighting fit for Part 3.
Part 3 of the Final Season of Attack on Titan: Expectations
Not to worry, we won’t be discussing any major plot points from any manga here.
One thing that is becoming abundantly evident is that the war that has raged between the island of Paradis and the city of Marley for so long is finally coming to an end. What happens in Part 3 is a major open question. Eren has initiated the Rumbling, an action that would destroy the earth by unleashing the Titans imprisoned in Paradis’ conflicts and using them as a massive army. To prevent the vicious cycle of retribution from returning to the “devils” of Paradis, Eren plans to eliminate everyone outside of Paradis. The combined energies of Paradis and Marley are Eren’s greatest obstacle. Eren’s’sister Mikasa, his old comrades from the Survey Corps, and the surviving major troops of Marley make up this group. Before the final fight, though, there are a few unknown factors to consider. Floch is the most prominent example. Gabi shot the devoted lieutenant of Eren, but his fall into the water didn’t appear to be lethal. In the show’s climactic third act, he’ll likely have a significant part to play. Also, Zeke is very likely still in the game. Although Eren’s actions in Part 2 have trapped him in the Coordinate, Zeke is the one to help you out of a time paradox. There are also Jaegerists, or supporters, whose faith in Eren’s global onslaught might be shaken. The outcome of the war may depend on whether they side with Eren or against him. Ultimately, Eren will have a fight with Mikasa to decide the fate of the world. Perhaps the deciding factor will be whether or not she can convince him to abandon his aggressive stance.
Now that we know the Final Season of Attack on Titan will premiere in 2023, we can maybe have a clearer sense of when to expect a release date announcement. We’ve scoured the internet for any and all tidbits of information we can find about the forthcoming season of the popular anime, which is winding down to its last act. Even information about a party to commemorate the fourth season of Attack on Titan is included. Does this mean we may expect a major disclosure soon? Find out what fans think of the last season of Attack on Titan, how many episodes are left, and how the events of episode 87 foreshadow the series’ conclusion. When it’s all said and done, you’ll need something to fill the need left by Titan, so delve into more of the finest anime ever produced.