After what feels like an eternity since the last part of The Final Season, we’re finally approaching the end of Attack on Titan. Well, the beginning of the end, at least. The final arc of Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 will grace our screens in the fall of 2023, starting with the release of the first part this March. If this all sounds a bit confusing, fear not! We’re here to give you the lowdown on every episode of Attack on Titan: Season 4 Part 3 and 4, including the release time and where you can catch it.
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Plot Summary: The Final Showdown
In the previous part of Attack on Titan Final Season, Eren unleashed the Rumbling and vowed to destroy the world. With his army of Colossal titans, he effortlessly defeated Marley. However, in Part 3, his friends, along with Reiner and Annie, will try to stop him from committing global genocide. Their goal is to prevent Eren from carrying out his misguided quest to protect Paradis Island from those who seek to harm its people. The stakes couldn’t be higher.
Release Dates of Episodes
Attack on Titan: Season 4 Part 3 will be split into two parts. The first part, an hour-long episode, will be released on March 4th, 2023. The second part is scheduled to drop in the fall of 2023, with an extended episode format. So far, here are the confirmed release dates:
- Episode 1: March 4th, 2023
- Episode 2: November 4th, 2023
The trailer for the second part was teased on September 12th and promises an epic final showdown. You can watch it below:
The first extended episode of Attack on Titan: Season 4 Part 3 aired at 12:25 AM Japan time on Saturday, March 4th, 2023, as a special event on NHK General. Here are the release times for each timezone:
- PST: 11:25 AM (Friday)
- MST: 12:25 PM (Friday)
- CST: 1:25 PM (Friday)
- EST: 2:25 PM (Friday)
- GMT/BST: 7:25 PM (Friday)
- CET: 8:25 PM (Friday)
- IST: 1:25 AM (Saturday)
- ACDT: 04:25 AM (Saturday)
- JST: 12:25 AM (Saturday)
Please note that due to timezone differences, the episode actually premiered on Friday for those in the western regions.
As for the final part, Part 4, it is set to release at midnight on November 4th in Japan. If you’re not in Japan, you may need to wait for the episode to finish airing on Japanese television before it becomes available with subtitles. We’ll provide estimated release times for different timezones:
- JST: 12:00 AM (Saturday)
- PST: 12:00 PM (Friday)
- MST: 13:00 PM (Friday)
- CST: 14:00 PM (Friday)
- EST: 15:00 PM (Friday)
- GMT/BST: 08:00 PM (Friday)
- CET: 09:00 PM (Friday)
- IST: 02:25 AM (Saturday)
- ACDT: 05:00 AM (Saturday)
Please note that these are estimates and might be subject to change. We will update the information as soon as it becomes available.
Where to Watch Attack on Titan: Season 4 Part 3 & 4
UPDATE: The first episode is currently available on Crunchyroll and Hulu. It was released later than expected at 11PM BST. The second and final part of Attack on Titan anime content will also be available on Crunchyroll.
ORIGINAL STORY: Attack on Titan: Season 4 Part 3 is set to premiere on NHK General, a Japanese TV station. At the moment, no simulcast has been announced for Part 3 on Crunchyroll or Funimation. However, it’s likely that these platforms will surprise-drop the episode a few hours after its initial premiere in Japan. If you plan to watch it on NHK General or through a rebroadcast, keep in mind that there won’t be any English dubs, and the subtitles may not be official.
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