Published on February 27th, 2022
Attack on Titan final season part 2 is getting closer to its end. With only 5 episodes remaining, things are escalating quickly. Here is everything you need to know for episode 8, including preview images, countdown, and synopsis.
Recap of Episode 7
In the episode 7, we saw Connie taking Falco to his home town. His goal is to feed Falco to his mom, and by doing that his mom will return to normal who is still suffering in the Titan form. When Falco wakes up, Connie lies to him that he is rescuing him, and Falco in return thanks him. Connie will have a difficult choice to make in the next episode.
We got a reunion between Annie and Armin. Annie has made it clear that she wants to go back to her father no matter what the cost. We finally got the update on Levi as well. It looks like Hanji was able to save Levi, but he still badly injured from his fight with Zeke.
Episode 8 Plot
Attack on Titan final season part 2 episode 8 is titled “Pride”. The synopsis of the episode has been released via the official website:
An army of Titans marches. Eventually, trampling people who don’t know anything. Will the soldiers and warriors looking up at it stand up or stand down? The feelings of the two soldiers in the forest had already settled.
Episode 8 Trailer
A teaser trailer for the upcoming season 4 episode 8 has been released via YouTube channel, which you can watch down below:
Episode 8 Release Time
The 8th episode of Attack on Titan final season part 2 is scheduled to be released on February 28 at 7:05 AM (Pacific Time) in Japan, however, the official English subbed version will be released with almost 6 hours of delay. On Crunchyroll, the episode will be released at 12:45 PM (Pacific Time).
Here is the exact release date for the international audience:
Pacific Time (US & Canada): 12:45 PM (Feb 27)
Philippines Time: 4:45 AM (Feb 27)
Indian Time: 2:15 AM (Feb 28)
British Time: 9:45 PM BST
Where To Watch?
Crunchyroll will be streaming the final season in America, Europe and Africa. Funimation will be streaming the series in Australia, United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, and New Zealand. Aniplus Asia, and Muse Asia will be broadcasting the series in south east Asia.
© Hajime Isayama / Kodansha / “Attack on Titan” The Final Season Production Committee