Published on April 2nd, 2022
It is now finally time that we say goodbye to one of the fan favourite anime series. The final season of Attack on Titan will be releasing the last episode on Sunday. Here is everything you need to know about it.
Story So Far
With Eren activating the rumbling on the outside world, all of his friends are now ready to stop him after joining with Marley’s soldiers. After killing the yeagerist successfully, they have another difficult task ahead, and that is stopping Eren.
As we already know that Eren has founding titans powers, which can instantly take titan abilities from Reiner, Falco, and Annie, just by a command from Eren. Moreover, Mikasa has a special bond with Eren, so if it is necessary to kill Eren to stop him, it might not be an easy decision for Mikasa.
Episode 12 Plot
Attack on Titan final season part 2 episode 12 is titled “The Dawn of Humanity”. The synopsis of the episode has been released via the official website:
“The things seen that day, the thing they talked about, the choices made that day, everything was willed by him” According to the preview, we will get a flashback of Eren’s time in Marley, and him revealing why he planned to activate the rumbling.
Episode 12 Trailer
A teaser trailer for the upcoming season 4 episode 12 has been released:
Episode 87 Release Time
Attack on Titan episode 87 is scheduled to be released on April 3rd 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 (Apr 3rd)
Philippines Time: 4:45 AM (Apr 3rd)
Indian Time: 2:15 AM (Apr 3rd)
British Time: 9:45 PM (Apr 3rd)
According to the leaks, final 8 chapters of the manga won’t be included in the anime.
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