We finally have more details about Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 Part 2 (yeah, that’s a mouthful). The official trailer for the final act in the massively popular anime has just been released on July 2 at 12:30 p.m. Pacific. Watch the trailer and learn more below.
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Watch the Trailer Here
You can see the trailer that just dropped below or here.
The trailer was heavily hyped, but quite a bit shorter than most of us were hoping for. While it certainly looks exciting, it doesn’t reveal much of what to expect. But it does look like we’re in for a ride.
We already knew that the last part of the anime was returning soon. On the day that Season 4 Part 3 Part 1 released, a rough Google translation from the show’s official website noted that the official final episode would air in Fall 2023. Of course, that covered a pretty wide range from October 2023 to December 2023, but it was sooner than some people had expected.
Unfortunately, that’s still all we know at this point about the release date. The newest trailer still just says Fall 2023, without a more specific date.
In the same announcement after Season 4 Part 3 Part 1 released, MAPPA also released a teaser trailer for the finale. Interestingly, this teaser was not included at the end of the version that was aired on Crunchyroll or on Hulu.
You can watch it here or below.
The rough translation reads: “I had a dream. Zeke’s dream or memory. The memory I see the most is the memory of flying above the clouds. I feel like I can do that too.”
It appears that this first teaser trailer was mostly a replay of what Falco told Annie and Gabi in the last episode we all got to see.
If you want to catch up on Attack on Titan, you can watch it on Crunchyroll here.
A Key Visual Was Also Recently Released
A new key visual was also recently released for the final episode. It’s included below.
It’s beautiful, but what does it mean? While manga readers know, anime-only viewers are certainly in for some surprises!
While we definitely won’t be spoiling anything for anime-only viewers, let’s just say that the key visual leaves it fairly clear that manga readers won’t get an anime-only ending. We won’t go into details why. But anime and manga readers will have a lot to talk about when the final extra-long episode airs.
The last hour-long episode was horrifying and hauntingly beautiful. You can see our review, where we compare it to the manga, here. No doubt, the final episode will also be equally exciting.
If you haven’t seen the full version of the ending song with the special animation, that is shared in our story here.