No Anime fan can deny that Attack on Titan is the most legendary series ever created. In fact, several fans also believe that no anime matches the level of AOT. As the community curiously awaited the details regarding the second part of the final season third part, we are delighted to let you know that the wait is finally over.
In the Mappa X Crunchyroll panel at the Los Angeles Anime Expo 2023, the anticipated final part receives a visually appealing trailer and a release window.
When does AOT Season 4 Part 3 Part 2 get released? Release Window Explained
Attack on Titan Final Season The Final Chapters Special 2 will get released this Fall. Despite the lack of an exact date, fans are relieved that they at least have a release time frame for their favorite series' final part.
A 30-second first trailer of AOT Final Season The Final Chapters Special 2 broke the Internet, so how will things be when the actual one-hour-long episode releases? It's predictable, isn't it?
It's been a decade since AOT came with its first season and helped the anime industry to gain a reputable place in the Entertainment industry. Otherwise, there were times when people used to merge anime with random cartoons. They used to think that anime was something created for kids. However, their thought process changed with Attack on Titan.
Although people are happy that the final chapter of AOT will be released soon, they also can't control their tears, realizing that this is it, 'AOT IS ENDING.'
AOT Season 4 The Final Chapters Special 2 Trailer Explained
AOT Season 4 The Final Chapters Special 2 recently got its first preview trailer, which opens with the voice of Armin. In the trailer's opening moments, we see Armin thinking about racing Eren and Mikasa to the hill. He also believes that he is born to race both of them. The trailer features Armin's voice majorly, but at the end, we also hear Mikasa saying, I'll See You Again, Eren.
Looking at the trailer, it's clear that the anime will give us a spectacular ending that no other anime has ever given us. So, we should prepare ourselves to bid farewell to the iconic anime for good this time.