The hotly-anticipated Attack on Titan final season part 3 now has an official release date – and there isn't long to wait.


It might be called the Final Season, but the fourth season of the hit anime series has been churning out episodes for over two years now, with the instalment split into multiple parts.

And now, it’s been revealed that part 3 will be split into a further two halves.

On 17th January 2023, Studio MAPPA, the animation house producing Attack on Titan, announced the news on Twitter.

It was initially believed that season 4 part 2 would be the curtain call for the series, but it was later revealed there would be further instalments.

Instead, an announcement was made on the official Attack on Titan Twitter account shortly after the final episode of part 2 aired, promising one final stretch and throwing in a teaser trailer for good measure.

Read on for everything we know so far about Attack on Titan season 4 part 3, including release date info and plot theories.

Attack on Titan season 4 part 3 release date

Part 3 will be split into two halves, with the first half having premiered in Japan on Saturday 4th March 2023, with the English dub of the first half having just landed on Crunchyroll on Sunday 10th September 2023. Here is the trailer below.

The final ever part of Attack on Titan, will arrive on November 4th 2023.

For previous seasons, English release fell roughly a month after the Japanese debut for each episode, but given the extensive gap between the Japanese original and the English dub, it may be some time before Part 2's dub drops, potentially even 2024.

How many episodes will there be in Attack on Titan season 4 part 3?

The final season's last part debuted with a one-hour special.

The next instalment will also be an hour-long and will drop on 4th November 2023.

What is the Attack on Titan season 4 part 3 plot?

Female Titan in Attack on Titan
Female Titan in Attack on Titan

The final run looks set to bring about an end to the long conflict between Paradis and Marley – so expect a massive final showdown between the two factions, as Eren and his allies take on Mikasa and the Survey Corps.

We could also see more of Floch – who looks like he could well have survived the attempted assassination by Gabi at the end of part 2 – and Zeke, who is currently stuck in the Coordinate.

Of course, it remains to be seen exactly how things will play out, but one thing that seems certain is that the show will not go out with a whimper – so expect an epic conclusion to the series.

Attack on Titan season 4 part 3 cast

Founding Titan in Attack on Titan
Founding Titan in Attack on Titan

In the Japanese version, fans can expect Yuki Kaji to once again return as Eren Jaeger. He'll likely be joined by the likes Yui Ishikawa as Mikasa Ackerman, Marina Inoue as Armin Arlert, Yoshimasa Hosoya as Reiner Bruan, and Takehito Koyasu as Zeke Jaeger.

Meanwhile, Bryce Papenbrook will be voicing Eren Jaeger one last time in the English dub. Trina Nishimura will continue to voice Mikasa Ackerman, with Josh Grelle as Armin Arlert, Robert McCollum as Reiner Braun and Jason Liebrecht as Zeke Jaeger.

Attack on Titan season 4 part 3 trailer

A teaser for the final run was released at the same time part 3 was announced – and although it doesn't give too much away about what to expect, we get a glimpse of Mikasa and her allies standing in the footprint of a Colossal Titan, while some rather ominous music plays. You can check out the short clip below:

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However, on 9th August 2023, we were given a short but very tantalising glimpse into the final ever episode of Attack on Titan with its mysterious 30-second teaser, available to watch below:

It looks like it's going to be a real emotional powerhouse, so get your tissues at the ready.

Attack on Titan is available to watch via Crunchyroll and Funimation. Check out the rest of our Sci-fi and Fantasy coverage or visit our TV Guide to see what’s on tonight.


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