There isn’t much longer to wait for the much-awaited Attack on Titan final season part 3 to be released.
Even though the popular anime series’ fourth season has been divided into numerous parts, it has kept producing episodes for more than two years despite being designated the Final Season.
Now it has been reported that part 3 will also be divided into two halves.
As part of the spring anime season, Attack on Titan’s final season part 3 will soon be released on March 4, 2023, which will be good news to fans who have been waiting since the previous episode ended in April 2022.
With its twisted plot and strong emotional connection, the series is once again on its way to captivating a global fandom. The world is eagerly anticipating both the great finish of Attack on Titan and the resolution of Eren’s battle for freedom since the previous episode left off on such a tremendous cliffhanger.
Fans will likely have to wait even longer for the dubbed version as Part 3 is only being published in the original version with subtitles. Crunchyroll and Funimation will probably stream it for the full worldwide audience. On Sunday, March 4, at 12.25 a.m., the premiere will take place in Japan.
These are the times set for the release of Part 3 Episode 1 in various time zones:
11.25 a.m. Central Time
12.25 p.m. Eastern Time
9.25 a.m. Pacific Time
3.25 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time
A one-hour special will mark the premiere of the last part of the season.
The second half will then air as a second hour-long show later in 2023.
The Dawn of Humanity established the relationship between Eren and Mikasa, and it is believed that it will be resolved before the series’ finale. There are many untapped levels in the Yaeger brothers’ relationship. Attack on Titan viewers will be intrigued by the forthcoming episode as they learn more about the intricate manipulation between the brothers.
We could also get to see more of Zeke, who is presently trapped in the Coordinate, and Floch, who appears to have escaped Gabi’s attempted assassination at the conclusion of part 2.