The "Final Arc" of the Attack on Titan anime franchise is about to begin, as the official Twitter account for the series has revealed that the epic Japanese broadcast of Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 will begin in March. It will be broken up into two halves, the first of which will premiere on March 4 and the second of which will be broadcast later in 2023.
On March 4, at 12:25 AM Japan Standard Time, NHK General is planning to broadcast the first half of the Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 Final Arc. Yuichiro Hayashi will return to direct it at MAPPA.
The last season of Attack on Titan was originally broadcasted in Japan in December of 2020, however, it ended its run on March 29th of last year (2022). WIT STUDIO was responsible for the animation of the first three seasons of the successful anime series, while MAPPA is responsible for the animation of the fourth and final season of the series.
Since it first aired, Attack on Titan has always topped my list of anime. I can't wait to watch the final season! The freedom scene looks amazing! The trailer features some absolutely stunning images and artwork. I want to extend my gratitude to Hajime Isayama, the crew at Wit and Mappa, and everyone else who played a role in the creation of Attack on Titan, which has become one of the most iconic series.
Below is the new trailer that includes clips from the upcoming series and was released in order to get fans hyped.
Comment below on your favorite character and what you think will happen in the final season!
About Attack on Titan
Hajime Isayama is the creator of the Japanese manga series Attack on Titan. First airing in September of 2013, the story is set in a world where humanity lives inside cities surrounded by enormous walls due to the Titans, giant humanoid creatures who devour humans seemingly without reason.
The story follows Eren Yeager, whose mother was killed by a Titan attack, as he enlists in the military to combat them. Eren is a member of the Survey Corps, an elite unit of troops that battles Titans outside of the walls, along with his friends Mikasa Ackerman and Armin Arlert. The series has been adapted into an anime and several live-action films.