A Two-Part Conclusion to Attack on Titan

by | Feb 11, 2023

Who would have imagined that Attack on Titan: The Final Season would aggravate you so much every time an announcement came.
Art for Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 3.


The first part of Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 3 will be airing as a one-hour special. This means that we can expect the second half to be a special as well. The first half will premiere on March 3rd in Japan.

The final season of Attack on Titan has been scrutinized for its erratic release schedule, with the makers supposedly creating hype for what is expected to be one of the biggest anime finales of the decade.

The “Final Season” of the anime originally aired in December 2020, followed by a 12-episode Part 2 released in January 2022. Even though none of the episodes could be considered something like Goku’s episode-long Super Saiyan 3 scream, you cannot expect to throw a curveball at the end of every part along with the announcement that you have to wait another year to see what happens next.

Despite this shortcoming, the final season has been nothing short of excellent. Every episode keeps you on the edge of your seat. If you are yet to catch up for the series, the makers have you sorted on that end as well.

Before the first part of the finale goes on air, a seven-part compilation of the anime will premiere starting Feb. 25, which would supposedly feature cuts from the Attack on Titan compilation films.

While not much has been revealed regarding the second half of Part 3, there’s a good chance that the final half will also be getting the same treatment, if not an even longer film-like episode.

This seems fair considering that fans have been waiting too long for the conclusion of the series, and realizing that the second part of the Final Season wasn’t going to be the last felt like a real kick in the solar plexus.

Crunchyroll is already streaming all the episodes of Attack on Titan in most regions, and we expect that the finale will be streamed by them as well.