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May 3, 2021

ATTACK ON TTACK ON TITAN, the anime phenomenon that has sparked both excitement and controversy, is coming to an end. For fans who started watching anime in the 2010s, or witnessed the changes in this medium over the past decade, the end of Attack on Titan truly marks the end of an era.

Whether you’ve caught up on Attack on Titan, revisited it, or are just wondering when “Eren” will stop trending on Twitter, we’ve put together everything we know about attack on titan season 4 part 2 so that can stop worrying and enjoy the series.

What is the release date of Attack on Titan season 4 part 2?

We currently do not have a specific release date for Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2, but an announcement at the end of Season 4 Part 1 stated that the next episode would air in the anime season. “Winter 2022”.

When it comes to anime, the new series launches four times a year, with the winter season starting in January, the spring season in April, the summer season in July, and the fall season in October. However, Attack on Titan was a bit different, launching new seasons towards the end of the month.

The first part of season 4 was technically part of the 2020 fall season, but it aired in December instead of October. This means that the next episode of Attack on Titan will air between the first week of January and the end of March.

Is there a trailer for Attack on Titan season 4 part 2?

Yes ! The Japanese broadcast of Episode 75 of Attack on Titan ended with a brief preview confirming the title and release date of Episode 76, titled “Sentencing.” The teaser doesn’t reveal anything significant, but it does show quick snapshots of moments from all previous seasons of the show, reminding us of the long journey to the final season.

However, the trailer contains some interesting images. We see a girl surrounded by pointed fingers as if accused of something, then the same girl who sinks in the water like an incandescent worm approaches her. What does it mean ? We have our theories, but we’ll save them for the spoilers section below. The teaser comes with a caption that reads, “You had to wait… all this time. Wait 2000 years … Just for someone … “


There has been no announcement regarding the number of episodes of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2, but then again, we also didn’t really know the number of episodes of Season 4 Part 1. – until savvy fans find out thanks to Pre-orders of Blu-Ray.

Although we do not have an official confirmation, we can make an estimate based on how previous seasons have adapted the hit manga. So far, the anime has adapted between two and three manga chapters per episode. The season 4, part 1, is finished with the episode 75, which adapts to the chapter 117. This is where the manga ends from being finished with 139e chapter, the rest of the anime 22 chapters to adapter avant the end.

Since the announcement of the next season included an episode and a title, it is probably possible to dismiss the idea that the final season will be made in film form, although it is still possible that the last two episodes will be reunited in one film. However, with 22 chapters to adapt, it can be assumed that part 2 of season 4 will have around 10 or 11 episodes, which is almost a full anime “yard” (season) and would give the MAPPA studio (if returns to animate the final episodes) long enough to do the story justice and not rush it.


It’s still too early to have an official synopsis for Part 2 of Season 4, but based on what Part 1 has left us, it’s safe to assume that we are headed for all-out war. Even by Attack on Titan standards, no one will be safe.

The season ended with Marley’s remaining military forces literally falling from the sky in the Shiganshina district (the city where the entire series began) to capture or kill Eren. Eren just decimated most of the Marley military (and killed thousands of civilians), so it makes sense that they won’t let it pass.

Will Eren activate the Rumble and use the Colossal Titans hiding in the walls surrounding Sky Island to stop Marley’s army? Will Reiner kill him? What the hell happened to Levi? We’ll have to wait and see.

Where to see Attack on Titan season 4 part 2?

While nothing has been announced yet, just by watching previous seasons, we can assume that Attack on Titan season 4 part 2 will stream on Funimation, Hulu, and Crunchyroll with subtitles at the same time. The English dub will come shortly after, followed by a broadcast on Toonami.


If you’ve read the manga before and need to jog your memory (or don’t mind spoilers), keep reading. Otherwise, STOP READING NOW, as we are about to unleash the BIG SPOILERS that we can think of.

With Season 4 Part 2, Attack on Titan puts all the cards on the table and leads us to a final showdown that will turn the world upside down. Eren and his half brother Zeke manage to reunite and activate the powers of the Founding Titan, which Eren uses not as a bargaining chip, but to activate the Rumble and literally flatten the Earth and kill billions of people. Our young hero thus ends one of the most memorable turning points in modern anime history, becoming the greatest villain the world has ever seen and forcing his oldest friends to band together in an attempt to stop him.

This final act of the manga offers some of the most shocking visuals in all of history, along with some incredibly moving moments and tons of mind-blowing twists. Long-hated characters, as well as fan favorites, experience heinous deaths with some of them even becoming Titans towards the end. We also discover the true origin of the power of the Titans. The manga ends on a rather ambiguous note, as the fires of war begin to burn again, but hope doesn’t die, it just continues.