Crunchyroll Announces Release Date for ‘Attack on Titan’s Grand Finale

Attack on Titan's Grand Finale

It’s a bittersweet moment for anime enthusiasts. Attack on Titan, the show that has gripped fans globally for a decade, is coming to an end. Crunchyroll has spilled the beans, “Attack on Titan Final Season THE FINAL CHAPTERS Special 2” will premiere on November 4th or 5th. Bear in mind, based on time zones, the airing date might vary for different regions.

This conclusion isn’t just any other episode; it’s the climax of a narrative that has been 10 years in the making. The world watched, eyes wide, as Eren, Mikasa, Armin, and the rest faced challenges bigger than most could imagine. And now, it’s time for the epic conclusion.

For those in the United States, the finale isn’t just restricted to Crunchyroll. Hulu will also feature this much-anticipated episode. The series, based on the award-winning manga crafted by Hajime Isayama, boasts more than 100 million volumes sold. The episode is a product of collaboration with acclaimed professionals. It’s directed by Yuichiro Hayashi, backed by studio MAPPA, and features music from the talented KOHTA YAMAMOTO and Hiroyuki Sawano.


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To celebrate the end of an era, there’s a Worldwide After Party on the horizon. Hosted on a unique digital cruise ship, it’s a chance to plunge into a 3D Attack on Titan universe. The event, starting on November 5th, is the place to be. Rub shoulders with the anime production team, the voice actors, and fellow fans.

In the series finale, the fate of the world teeters on a knife’s edge. Eren, with his unparalleled Titan power, is on a mission. As he moves forward with an army of Colossal Titans, friends and foes unite to stop him. The burning question is, can they halt his march?

It’s been a wild ride. From the days when humanity hid behind massive walls from the Titans to the heart-pounding moments with the Scout Regiment. A big shout-out to the Japanese voice cast that brought these characters to life, especially Yuki Kaji as Eren Jaeger and Yui Ishikawa as Mikasa Ackermann.

So, mark your calendars. The finale promises to be nothing short of spectacular. And remember, dubs in multiple languages are on the way, courtesy of Crunchyroll. Get ready to bid farewell. Have something to add? Let us know in the comments below!

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