Assault on Titan is a Japanese dark fantasy dystopian and power pact TV series by Wit Studio and MAPPA. The anime is inspired by a manga series by Hajime Isayama of the same name. The show debuted on April 7, 2013, with twenty-five episodes. The last released season was divided into two, with the second part of ten episodes releasing on July 1, 2019.
Following a year without any updates about the fourth season, at long last, the release date has been reported. Despite the fact that the specific date has not been concluded, it will be released in October 2020. The fourth season will be bearing 24 scenes in it. The fourth season will be the last period of the TV arrangement. Be that as it may, the manga will proceed with the manner in which it is.
The plot of the series is totally different. It is set in a spot where gigantic Titans eat humans. Consequently, to shield themselves from them, people assemble mammoth walls around their cities. At the point when the walls of the hero’s town are penetrated, Eren and his companions get resolved to render retribution and join Scout Regiment.
The third season finished on a fascinating note, and the fans are exceptionally amped up for the fourth season, yet no insights about the plot have been shared. Fans are anxiously expecting the equity made and the finish of the series.
- Yuki Kaji as Eren Yeager
- Yui Ishikawa as Mikasa Ackerman
- Daisuke Oho as Erwin Smith
- Yuu Kobayashi as Sasha Blouse
- Hiroshi Kamiya as Levi
- Manami Numakura as Cart Titan
Want to take a sneak peek in the new season?
The trailer for the fourth season has been released on May 29, 2020. With all the record-breaking views and likes on a trailer of an anime, in a brief period is shocking. Be that as it may, when we are discussing Attack on Titan, records should be made. On the off chance that you have not viewed the trailer, then don’t miss out. Click on the link to see.
AoT 4 will be the last season in the series.
Its official, this will be the last installment in the saga of Attack on Titan. Indeed, even with the anime, and conceivably the manga, finishing soon, Attack on Titan will at present be a monstrous property. It has just been made into numerous computer games and a live-action film, and Warner Bros. is additionally building up its own live-action movie adaption of the series to be helmed by IT executive Andy Muschietti. The grisly story of Eren and his companions might be in its last stages. However, Attack on Titan has just hardened its situation as one of the most mainstream, and most enduring anime of the decade.
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