Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Will Return In January!

Attack on Titan is undeniably one of the best anime released to date. It has received widespread accolades for its perfectly done storyline, characters, and animation. No wonder it garners a huge international fan base and has won several awards.

The dark fantasy show consists of four seasons so far, and the remaining part of the last season is coming to us soon. Part 2 of the fourth and final season is now slated for release. Fans of the series, if you are eagerly anticipating its latest updates, head down below.

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Release Date


Earlier this year, the first part of the season ended in a huge cliffhanger, which confirmed the return of the second part of the season. It was expected that the show would return in the winter of 2022.

However, all speculations have been put to rest as Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 is officially confirmed to release in January 2022. The announcement was made during a special orchestra event organised for the series in Japan.

The manga also came to an end earlier this year, but Hajime Isayama added some more material after its original run. So it is definitely something to wonder about the ending part of the anime. Will this cour be the last of the series? Or will the author release some separate materials apart from the final episodes?

About Attack on Titan


Authored by Hajime Isayama, the Japanese series is adapted from the manga of the same name. The series has been described as a masterpiece by several critics. All four seasons met with immense praise for their superb plot, action scenes and soundtracks. 

The story is set in a post-apocalyptic world where humans live behind walls to protect themselves from the giant humanoid Titans. It all started when a Colossal Titan breached the wall and killed Eren’s mother.

To avenge the deaths of his mother and the people, Eren joins the Survey Corps, a group of soldiers who fight against Titans. During this journey, he unravels certain mysteries and the history of the government. 

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