Attack on Titan has been one of the most popular anime series in recent years, thus its ending is undoubtedly significant. Despite the fact that the final season has been split into three parts spread over nearly three years, viewers are still on the edge of their seats.
The anime, which began as a perspective on the remains of mankind fighting off gigantic monster titans, has undergone many twists and turns since its debut in 2013, and its ending is expected to be the most heartbreaking chapter yet.
The manga’s finale by Hajime Isayama has already had an impact. So, obviously, there’s a lot of excitement for the anime’s last chapter, as well as a lot of questions, so here’s all we know so far about Attack on Titan’s final part.
When will Attack on Titan’s third season be released?
As previously revealed in a preview, the last chapter of Attack on Titan: The Final Season would be broken into two parts and shown throughout the course of their respective seasons. The first half will be shown to the public for the first time on March 3rd. We will see the continuation of this narrative in 2023. MAPPA is in charge of the series’ animation production.
A new teaser was released along with another stunning visual to keep fans in the loop on what’s coming next.
Attack on Titan’s final part expected plot
According to the official plot of the show and manga, Attack on Titan “is set in a world where humanity is forced to live in cities surrounded by three enormous walls that protect them from gigantic man-eating humanoids known as Titans; the story follows Eren Yeager, who vows to exterminate the Titans after they destroy his hometown and kill his mother.”
The last season has evolved into a significantly different tale from the first, with Eren presumably becoming the antagonist. He has pledged annihilation against any humans who defy him after realizing he possesses titan powers and learning about the history and origins of the enormous monsters.
Now, the residents of Paradis and Marley must put aside their differences in order to endure the Rumbling, which Eren started in Season 4 Part 2.
Fans can expect numerous twists in these final few episodes, and to suggest the conclusion will be extremely emotional is an understatement.
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