Attack on Titan will be returning for the third and final part of its fourth season next year, and the anime has revealed some key details about what to expect from the final slate of episodes for the series. When Part 2 of the final season was reaching its climax this year, fans were expecting to see the anime return in some form given just how much ground there was still left to cover from Hajime Isayama's original manga. As it turned out, this will be in the form of a third slate of episodes bringing the anime's entire run to an end overall.
With Attack on Titan: Final Season Part 3 releasing at some point next year (with a yet to be confirmed release window, even with early reports teasing a potential Winter 2023 launch), the team behind the anime gathered for a special event for the final slate of episodes where they shared some major details about its production. Not only was this now confirmed to be the final string of episodes for the anime's Conclusion Arc, it seems like there will be a much longer wait for the debut.
What to Expect for Attack on Titan: Final Season Part 3
During the special event for Attack on Titan: Final Season Part 3, it was confirmed that this will be the final slate of episodes for the anime. While that might mean there could be some kind of plan following the final episodes, as of now this is being treated as the "conclusion" for the series overall as many fans had expected given how the second part of the season came to an end. More importantly, voice recording work apparently has yet to be done as of the event.
According to online reports it was revealed by the voice cast in attendance that they have yet to record for the final episodes. So this means the release for the series is much further off than the hopeful Winter 2023 anime window, but might not mean that much of a longer wait. This could be a Spring or Summer 2023 release, but if this really is the finale (with some of the biggest moments from the manga), we could end up with a Fall 2023 launch with everything as perfected as possible.
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