There hasn’t been much news about the Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 for another month. Yes, Part 3 is approaching, but given how long the fourth season has been, you could be excused for thinking that the anime is creeping to its conclusion while things seem to be going glacially slowly.
Fortunately, quite a bit about Attack on Titan’s Final Season has already been made public, including the revelation that it won’t be a movie, the debut of the first teaser trailer, and a massive poster to gnaw on.
The release date for Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3, the number of episodes left, and how the series’ concluding gambit has been built up have all been further discussed in our research. Continue reading to learn how one of the best anime series ever created is getting ready to say goodbye in style.
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Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 3 Plot
When the final chapter of Attack on Titan’s manga was released in April 2021, it split fans. As a result, some fans wonder if the show may take a new turn in its last season. Papenbrook is doing everything in his power to keep the plot twists and turns of Eren’s character’s story a secret.
Papenbrook explained the following during a recent panel discussion at the IGN Fan Fest. An “angry” character is the best way to describe Eren between seasons one and three, Papenbrook adds. You can tell there’s an unmistakable rage in everything he says, and it’s even more terrible because it’s hidden beneath a layer of coldness.
Papenbrook is undecided as to whether Eren is a monster or not, despite the character’s horrific appearance (via Polygon). When it comes to Attack on Titan, this is mainly because of its propensity to blur the lines between black and white.
As a fan and a spectator of the program, I’m not sure how I feel about Eren. “Every single episode just propels the tale ahead in a meaningful way where it pulls you in one direction and then suddenly flips the world the other way as you discover something else,” said Papenbook.
The actor professes to be in touch with Eren’s feelings, but it doesn’t mean he knows why the character acts this way. It is clear that Armin and Mikasa have been the victims of vile comments from him in the past, and I don’t entirely understand why he does what he does. I know he has said some very nasty things to them, but I don’t know why.”
Papenbrook doesn’t know if Eren himself recognizes that what he’s doing is wrong, which is part of the issue. No one knows whether or not this man is evil, but he’s righteous in what he’s doing and will never give up on what he decides to accomplish, no matter what. I don’t know if that makes him a monster or not.”
Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 3 Cast
Yuki Kaji will reprise her role as Eren Jaeger in the Japanese dub. Yui Ishikawa, Marina Inoue, Yoshimasa Hosoy, Takehito Koyasu, and Zeke Jaeger are all expected to join him in the role of Mikasa Ackerman.
Meanwhile, Eren Jaeger will be voiced for the final time by Bryce Papenbrook in the English dub. In addition to Trina Nishimura, Josh Grelle, Robert McCollum, and Jason Liebrecht will continue to voice Mikasa Ackerman, Armin Arlert, Reiner Braun, and Zeke Jaeger.
Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 3 Release Date
Although some fans believed that the final episode of Attack on Titan: Final Season, Part 2, would not be the series’ last episode, the anime didn’t leave people in the dark for too much longer, which was good.
Season 4 PART 3 or MOVIE for #AttackonTitan?
And when will we know?!?!
Watch Now: https://t.co/BfFu3RUrW2 pic.twitter.com/OAq5X3VsEL
— Was It Good? (@WasItGood) March 29, 2022
An announcement for the third and final season of Attack on Titan: Final Season, the season made part 3 at “The Dawn of Humanity’s” finale. Last Season, Part 1 ended about a year before the start of Part 2. Thus, it’s not out of the question that Part 3 will follow suit.
The initial release date of 2023’s Winter or Spring will be announced closer to the premiere date. I can’t believe the “final season” of Attack on Titan will have lasted for three years when it’s over.
Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 3 Trailer
The Attack on Titan Final Season 4 Part 3 trailer falls more into the “teaser” category and reveals virtually little, as expected at this early point. The original poster is also present.
Where To Watch Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 3?
Since Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 has not yet been broadcast. There is currently no way to watch the episode. Crunchyroll, Funimation, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu have all streamed the show thus far in North America and most Western nations, so we can expect that all of these streaming services will do so again when it is released.