The two major anime streaming websites, Funimation and Crunchyroll, have confirmed that Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part Two will be available on their platforms. From January 9, 2021, the final instalment will be simul-streamed.
In the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and Russia, Crunchyroll will stream the second season.
Funimation will also stream the series in the US, Canada, the UK, Ireland, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Australia, and New Zealand.
However, access to these platforms is not free. There is a minimum charge that is mandatory every month.
Season 4 Part 2 will start with episode 76 of the anime. Fans seem to be caught in a weird mix of uneasy emotion as the time to watch their most excruciating part of Attack on Titan animated draws near.
With these last episodes of the beloved series, the war between the Marleyians of Liberio and the Eldians of Paradis Island comes to a close. In episode 14 of season 4, ‘Savagery,’ excellently highlighted in the conversation between the core trio, Eren, Armin, and Mikasa, alliances and friendships appear to have been shattered (Yui Ishikawa).
The new image of Eren Yeager was shared by AnimeTV, and it reveals how much the character has changed since the first season of Attack on Titan. Because Eren’s journey to rid the world of the Titan by sterilising the Eldians will be a big focus in the future, it’s only natural that this image teases his character rather than the questline.
Eren has evolved significantly throughout the course of Attack on Titan’s run, as evidenced by the latest image. Many of the events that occurred, as well as the individuals he met, had an impact on him and his tale.