“Attack On Titan” will continue in January 2022 with Season 4 Part 2. Now a new trailer gets you in the mood for the upcoming action of the series finale.
The second part of the final season of “Attack on Titan” is announced with an action-packed trailer. Many battles await you, but of course, the crucial secrets have not yet been resolved. The new episodes will be released in Japan on January 9th, 2022 (or January 10th, taking Japanese TV Day).
Attack On Titans: Official Release Date Of The Final Season?
With sixteen episodes, the last season was suspiciously short. But “Attack on Titan” is not over yet! Although there will be no season 5, after a long break, the final fourth season will continue at the end of 2021. The trailer refers to winter 2022, but this will already start at the end of 2021, so you don’t have to wait too long for the furious finale. The official release date for Attack On Titans Season 4 Part 2 is set for January 9th, 2022.
What Is Attack On Titans Season 5, i.e., Season 4 Part 2 About?
“Attack On Titan” is based on the manga of the same name by Hajime Isayama, which was particularly praised for its innovative story. The manga has been published in monthly chapters since 2009. Created for around 20 anthologies, Mangaka Isayama needed significantly more space to translate his story.
It’s been six years since the Colossal Titan attacked the wall. The truth about the titans and the ramparts of the kingdom has finally reached the people of Paradise. For this, the people had to accept heavy sacrifices, especially in the ranks of the reconnaissance troops who fought the titans while they were exploring the outside world.
Thus, for the first time in their lives, the kingdom’s people see the sea, which they only knew from stories. But beyond the sea, there are only more dangers, and a war between Paradis and the nation of Marley seems inevitable.
The final season of “Attack on Titan” was produced by the animation studio Mappa (“Dorohedoro,” “Chainsaw Man”). If you still need anime supplies before launch, check out the new releases at Crunchyroll and Wakanim.
In addition to the implementation of anime, various film adaptations and manga spin-offs, and live-action film adaptations of the original material will follow. The mini-series “Attack on Titan: Junior High,” published on DVD or Blu-ray, describes everyday life at the military academy. In addition, several films were released in Japanese cinemas that summarize the events of the seasons.