Attack on Titan Season 4 Release Date, Cast, Plot and More

The second episode of Season 4 of Attack on Titan has finally come. Discovering how and when to see AOT’s grand ending will require some research into the series’ history.

Season 4 of Attack on Titan comes to an end with the release of Part 2. With a cult-like following, the anime adaptation of Hajime Isayama’s immensely popular manga series has become a global sensation.

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Now that the manga has come to a close, it’s time to enjoy this ‘end of an era’ event on the big screen.

Take a look at this article to find out more about how and when you may get your hands on the final season of this cultural phenomenon.

A Dark History About the Tale of Titan

The story of Attack on Titan has become a fable in the minds of many. It is set in a post-apocalyptic future where people are being pursued to extinction by giants known as titans in the manga, which was initially serialised in 2009.

Humans are protected by three circular walls that surround them. Eren’s mother is killed and eaten when a wall is breached at the beginning of the story.

Eren has escaped with his life, and he’s on a bloody rampage. Taking up arms against this impending doom, he joins the elite Survey Corps.

It turns out that Eren possesses the capacity to morph into titans, which could prove to be an important secret weapon in this conflict.

Survey Corps traitors are exposed, and humans and titans learn more about each other and try to utilise that knowledge in the goal of victory over the seasons. One thing is for sure at this point: full-scale war.

Levi Ackermanin Attack on Titan

When he isn’t being referred to as Captain Levi ( Rivai Heicho?), Levi Ackerman ( Rivai Akkoman?), is the squad captain ( Heishicho?, lit. “leader of troops”) of the Special Operations Squad within the Survey Corps.

Appearance of Levi Ackermanin

Undercut black hair and scary dull grey eyes with heavy circles under them and a deceptively youthful face define Levi’s appearance.

Despite his diminutive stature, the extensive use of vertical manoeuvring equipment has resulted in a muscular body.

With his placid demeanour and lack of facial expressions, it might be difficult for others to tell what he is thinking.

With his signature white ascot and light grey button-up under his Survey Corps outfit, he is the most recognised character.

He also wears the Survey Corps’ green hooded cloak when venturing outside the Walls.

Levi wore a black suit, a simple white shirt, an ascot, and formal shoes when he was forced to take a leave of absence owing to an injury.

Levi Ackerman Personality

People who know Levi firsthand describe him as a “clean freak” since he prefers to keep his surroundings and himself pristine.

Even while on the battlefield, his blood-stained blades have been wiped clean by him. he is opposed to having either himself or his equipment soiled.

He will, however, not shy away from filth if the situation calls for it. Levi, despite his obsession with cleanliness, is a difficult person to get to know.

He appears chilly to everyone around him since he rarely displays any signs of emotion. He has a frank, often rude, way of speaking, and he frequently says things that are coarse or improper.

He’s not afraid to provoke or belittle individuals who disagree with or annoy him. In his humour, he favours the filthy, the offensive, and the ominous.

When is the Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Release Date?

The Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 release date is Monday, January 10th, 2022 (Australia), which, as you may have noticed, has come and gone. Episode 76, titled “Judgement,” is already available.

It had been over a year since the first episode of Part 1 aired when the first episode of Part 2 finally aired.

It premiered on Japanese television in December 2020, which put it in direct competition with this monster movie release.

Duration and Number of Episodes in the Season 4

 

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 was 16 episodes long — 4 more episodes than had been announced for Season 4 Part 2 of the anime (12 in total).

On Mondays at 7:45 AEST, the first episode of each week will be available on streaming sites. That’s Sunday, September 9th, 3:45 p.m. Eastern Time for our American readers.

What Streaming Services can you Watch it on?

Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu will stream Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 while it airs in Japan on NHK TV channel.

Even before the announcement of the official streaming partners, Crunchyroll was a given.

To catch up on the latest episodes before they air, you can use the service that streamed past seasons of Attack on Titan, and it should be your first stop.

Legacy of Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan’s final episode leaves us in a peculiar position: we know how it will end. The manga ended in April 2021 after spanning the whole decade of the 2010s.

It’s one of the best-selling manga series of all time, with sales of over 100 million copies worldwide as of this writing.

This does not imply, however, that it has been widely accepted or that it has been free of criticism.

Attack on Titan’s themes have been linked to fascism, racial conspiracy theories, and real-life calls for Japan’s remilitarization, according to certain critical analyses (such as those in Polygon and Vice).

We’re Getting Another Season!

Since its release in 2013, the audience for Attack on Titan has expanded dramatically, and it looks like we need one more season to bring the story to a close.

We now know that the last season of Attack on Titan Part 3, titled Attack on Titan The Final Season Final Arc, will air in 2023!

There’s no arguing that fans are desperate for a fitting conclusion to one of the world’s most cherished animes, even if some people are making light of its release.

Conclusion

Attack on Titan Hepburn began on April 7, 2013, and is an adaptation of Hajime Isayama’s manga of the same name. Japan’s NHK and Aniplus Asia have aired it, as well as other Asian nations.

Crunchyroll, Funimation, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu have all streamed the series, as well as airing on Adult Swim’s Toonami programming block in the United States.