Attack on Titan season 4 part 4 confirmed for Fall 2023! (Everything to know)

Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 - Photo Courtesy: Funimation
Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 - Photo Courtesy: Funimation /
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Happy Attack on Titan day!

With this amazing day filled with the highly anticipated release of season 4 part 3, we come bearing nothing but good news, as we have yet another exciting announcement about the anime series — the release date of the next installment, season 4 part 4.

To ease fans’ minds about what’s to come, it’s been officially announced when we can expect Attack on Titan to return later this year. And, of course, we got all the information!

Without further ado, here’s everything we know so far about Attack on Titan season 4 part 4!

Attack on Titan season 4 part 4 release date

As per Shingeki.TV, season 4 part 4 is scheduled to release in Fall 2023!

Though we don’t have the exact release date for the installment just yet, we’re expecting season 4 part 4 to release in December 2023 since the very first part of season 4 was released in this same month in 2020. Of course, we’re crossing our fingers, hoping that our predictions come true.

Until then, see the official teaser for season 4 part 4 below!

While we wait for some more updates, read on to learn more about what we know.

Will Attack on Titan season 4 part 4 be the final season ever?

At this time, whether season 4 part 4 will be the series finale is not yet known to us. However, should the anime follow the manga closely, we’re, indeed, expecting this installment to be the final season ever.

Part 4 is assumed to cover the climax of The Rumbling as well as the consequences of the traumatizing event afterward. What’s more, we may also receive the adaption of the manga’s epilogue entitled, “Toward the Tree on That Hill“. To that end, this very may well be our farewell to this legendary series for good. But of course, we can never say never.

Only time will tell if we’ll see Attack on Titan again after Fall 2023. Until then, head to Crunchyroll or Hulu to stream every single episode of the beloved anime series.

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