When can you stream the new episodes of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3, and what time do they air? The third part of the fourth season premieres this week on Crunchyroll.
Since Attack on Titan is one of the most influential anime series of recent years, the conclusion is sure to make waves. Fans have been on the edge of their seats throughout the final season’s three-part runtime spanning nearly three years.
From its original premise in 2013—the last of humanity defending itself against giant monstrous titans—the anime has come a long way, and its upcoming finale promises to be the most heartbreaking episode to date.
Already, Hajime Isayama’s conclusion to the manga has made a significant impact. Since the final episode of the anime has fans wondering what will happen, we’ve compiled everything we know about it so far.
When Can We Expect To See Episode 3 Of Season 4 Of Attack On Titan?
Part 3 of Season 4 of Attack on Titan will premiere on March 3 or 4, 2023, depending on where you live. Even though Episode 88 of the anime series will premiere at 12:25 AM on March 4 in Japan, due to time zone differences, most international audiences will not be able to watch it until March 3.
Parts 1–2 of Attack on Titan can be viewed in their entirety on Crunchyroll, so that is where the global audience can anticipate Part 3 to debut. As of yet, however, Crunchyroll has made no official announcements. The following is the precise time when Season 4 Part 3 will be available for different regions, assuming the streaming platform simulcasts the upcoming episode (as it did with previous seasons).
What Happens In Episode 3 Of Season 4 Of Attack On Titan?
Expect a massive final showdown between the two factions as Eren and his allies take on Mikasa and the Survey Corps in the final run, which may finally bring an end to the long conflict between Paradis and Marley.
As for Zeke, who is currently trapped in the Coordinate, and Floch, who appears to have survived the attempted assassination by Gabi at the end of part 2, they could both make return appearances.
The future is uncertain, but one thing seems certain: the show will not end on a low note, so brace yourself for an epic showdown.
The History Of Attack On Titan
Attack on Titan, created by Hajime Isayama and first published in manga form in 2009, has become one of the best-selling manga series of all time, with more than 100 million volumes sold around the world. The final issue of the acclaimed series was published on April 9, 2021.
The first season of the anime premiered in 2013, and the second season premiered in 2017. Up to this point, there have been 87 episodes in the anime series.
In Japan, Attack on Titan: The Final Season, Part 3 Final Arc will premiere on March 4, with the first half of the episode then making its way to Crunchyroll. The anticipated return of the popular anime has a brief teaser trailer, which you can watch down below.
Is There A Trailer For Episode 3 Of Season 4 Of Attack On Titan?
Yes, a brand new trailer has been released, and it features an all-new iconic opening sequence for the series as seen by Hange and Reiner, as well as a sneak peek at the upcoming action and horror.
A promotional image for the series finale also features our heroes engaging in battle with our original titan hero, Eren Yeager.
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