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Attack on Titan Season 4, Part 3: Everything We Know About Final Season

As you are surely aware by this point, the fourth season of Attack on Titan was first advertised as a two-part event, the second of which, and possibly the last of the series, began on January 10, 2022. The second section of the story came to a close on April 4, 2022, but it didn’t mean the tale was over at that moment.

In point of fact, it was disclosed that the fourth season of Attack on Titan would be receiving a conclusive and third part in 2023, which would mark the end of the anime series. In the following paragraphs, we will provide you with all of the information regarding the approaching conclusion of the anime series that you require.

It has been established that the third and final half of the fourth season of Attack on Titan will be shown at some point in the year 2023. According to all of the information that we have, the conclusion of the story of Eren’s death and the removal of the Titans from the planet is going to take place at the end of the third season of the anime.

This will be the last portion of the anime. The precise premiere date, in addition to the total number of episodes that may be produced, is not known as of this moment.

The remaining portions of this article are going to provide you with all of the facts, known and unknown, pertaining to the impending third part of Attack on Titan’s fourth season. You are going to learn a lot more about this incredible anime series, including its prospective debut date for the next year, whether or not there is a trailer, what the plot will most likely be about, and a lot more besides.

Release Date for the Third Chapter of Attack on Titan Season 4

After the launch of a teaser website titled “project-attack.com” in December 2012, it was revealed that the popular manga series Attack on Titan would be adapted into an anime series. It was produced within the Wit Studio studio, with Tetsuro Araki serving as the director, Tetsuya Kinoshita serving as the producer, Yasuko Kobayashi serving as the writer, and Hiroyuki Sawano serving as the composer.

Its first broadcast was on MBSnote on April 7th, 2013, when it first aired. After that, the anime is redistributed on stations such as Tokyo MX, TV Aichi, FBS, HTB, TOS, and BS11 before being uploaded to the Niconico website. Shortly after the beginning of the broadcast, the character designer for the series, Kyoji Asano, made an announcement that he was looking for animators to help the animation studio.

This announcement ensured that the quality of the series would not suffer in any way. On September 28, 2013, the final episode had its world premiere during a special event that was simulcast in more than fifteen Japanese cinemas. The event took place in Marunouchi Piccadilly 1 in Tokyo.

Watch the Trailer for Attack on Titan Season 4, Part 3 Here

You are now aware of all the information and our opinions pertaining to Attack on Titan Season 4, Part 3, which means that you have probably concluded by yourselves that we do not yet have a trailer for the upcoming part, but we do have a teaser trailer that is much shorter than a proper trailer.

Attack on Titan Season 4, Part 3

You can view the teaser trailer for the third and last part of the fourth season of Attack on Titan straight after the conclusion of the second and final part of the season here, which goes against the norm for when this kind of thing is released.

The story of Attack on Titan, Part 3 of Season 4

As we have stated previously, it was reported that the remaining chapters of the manga series would be adapted into Attack on Titan Season 4, Part 3; there is a total of nine chapters that will be adapted. In the following paragraphs, we will provide you with a summary of the future narrative so that you are aware of what to anticipate.

When Eren and his Titans finally reach Marley’s shore, they discover that the island is protected by the Global Allied Fleet. Despite this, Eren’s Colossus Titans are able to quickly wipe off the fleet, which shows to be ineffectual against them. The soldiers on Marley are forced to evacuate to higher ground because even the land artillery on the planet is unable to stop the invading Titans. Eren reflects on the passing of his mother as his Titans begin to do damage to Marley, and he repeats his intention to wipe out each and every one of his adversaries.

Eren summons all of his companions to him as he progresses farther into Paths so that he can have private conversations with each of them. He explains to each of them his true goals, which are to become a menace to the entire world in order for them to be able to kill him and gain the goodwill of the nations that are not a part of Paradis. He also states that the power of the Titans will be forever destroyed as a result of his death. This would allow all Indians who have been imprisoned as pure Titans, including Connie’s mother, to revert back to their human forms.

When Eren first approaches Mikasa, he introduces her to the possibility of life on the Paths, in which the two of them escape together while they are still in Marley and spend the rest of their lives in tranquility and isolation. Following their time spent together in this life, Eren requests that Mikasa put him out of her mind once he has passed away.

How Many Episodes Will There Be in the Third Part of the Fourth Season of Attack on Titan?

We do not currently have any concrete information regarding the total number of episodes that will be included in Attack on Titan Season 4, Part 3, but we do anticipate that it will be a reasonably brief season. Why? Simply because there is no longer any new source material to adapt.

For instance, the first portion of Attack on Titan Final Season, also known as season four, adapted the manga up until chapter 116, which required a total of sixteen episodes to cover. Final Season Part 2 consisted of a total of 12 episodes and covered chapters 117 through 130.

Attack on Titan Season 4, Part 3

Now that there are only nine chapters left, we presume that there are going to be ten episodes in part three, but it is likely that MAPPA will stretch the show out a bit so that it has a maximum of 12 or 13 episodes.

Attack on Titan Season 4, Part 3 Cast

The fact that Attack on Titan is almost to its conclusion makes it almost guaranteed that the voice actors who have been in previous episodes will return to continue playing the parts they were originally cast in for this forthcoming portion. This much is definite. They are (please take note that this is a complete list of voice actors; but, given that a significant number of characters have passed away in the meantime, not all of them are going to appear in the concluding portion of the story):

Chahracter Japanese Voice Actor
Eren Yeager Yūki Kaji
Mikasa Ackermann Yui Ishikawa
Armin Arlert / Narrator Marina Inoue
Keith Shadis Tsuguo Mogami
Marco Bott Ryōta Ōsaka
Historia Reiss/Christa Renz Shiori Mikami
Erwin Smith Daisuke Ono
Hange Zoe Romi Park
Levi Ackermann Hiroshi Kamiya
Jean Kirschstein Kishō Taniyama
Connie Springer Hiro Shimono
Sasha Braus Yū Kobayashi
Moblit Berner Rintarou Nishi
Floch Forster Kensho Ono
Ymir Saki Fujita
Hitch Dreyse Akeno Watanabe
Marlo Freudenberg Tomokazu Sugita
Kenny Ackermann Kazuhiro Yamaji
Hannes Keiji Fujiwara (Season 1)
Kenjiro Tsuda (Season 2)
Dot Pixis Masahiko Tanaka
Anka Rheinberger Ikumi Hayama
Rico Brzenska Michiko Kaiden
Zeke Yeager Takehito Koyasu
Annie Leonhart Yū Shimamura
Reiner Braun Yoshimasa Hosoya
Berthold Hoover Tomohisa Hashizu
Falco Grice Natsuki Hanae
Colt Grice Masaya Matsukaze
Marcel Galliard Masamichi Kitada
Porco Galliard Toshiko Masuda
Pieck Finger Manami Numakurs
Grisha Yeager Hiroshi Tsuchida
Carla Yeager Yoshino Takamori
Rod Reiss Yusaku Yara

Where can I see the third episode of the fourth season of Attack on Titan?

Due to the fact that Attack on Titan Season 4, Part 3 has not yet been broadcast, it is currently unable to view the episode online. This outcome was quite foreseeable.

Since the series has been available to stream on Crunchyroll, Funimation, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu in North America and the majority of Western countries up until this point, we can safely assume that all of these streaming platforms are going to make it available once more when it is finally released.