Attack on Titan’s final episode is now just a few months away. Previously, it was revealed that the final episode of Attack on Titan season 4 (also named as Attack on Titan: The Final Season Final Chapter part 2) will air on November 4, 2023.
Pony Canyon YouTube channel has now officially unveiled a second trailer for the episode, which will end the series and adapt until the end of the manga. You can watch the trailer below:
The 30-second trailer shows Eren’s founding titan continuing his rumbling alongside the Wall Titans. Alliance members (Conny, Levi, Annie, Pieck, Mikasa, and others) are trying to stop Eren with any means possible, in order to stop the further bloodshed.
The anticipation for the final episode of “Attack on Titan” has reached a fever pitch, especially with the release of this new trailer. Now that less than two months are left, fans are eager to see how the anime will wrap up the intricate storylines and character arcs that have been carefully developed over the years.
The anime series, based on the manga by Hajime Isayama, debuted in 2013 and quickly gained a massive following.
Isayama’s manga series concluded in April 2021, providing a roadmap for the anime’s final season. The manga ran for 11 years, spanning 34 volumes and 139 chapters, and has been lauded for its complex characters and intricate plot.
The anime adaptation of “Attack on Titan” has had a fascinating journey, both in terms of production and reception. The series made its debut in April 2013 and was produced by Wit Studio for its first three seasons.
Wit Studio, a subsidiary of IG Port, was responsible for bringing the intricate world of “Attack on Titan” to life, capturing the essence of the manga with high-quality animation and compelling storytelling.
However, the baton was passed to MAPPA Studio for the fourth and final season. Known for their work on other popular series like “Jujutsu Kaisen” and “Yuri on Ice,” MAPPA took on the challenging task of concluding the anime.
Despite initial concerns from fans about the studio change, MAPPA has been largely praised for maintaining the quality and intensity that the series is known for.