The fourth season of “Attack on Titan” is released, and the story will continue four years after the end of the previous installment.

This Sunday, December 7, the fourth and final season of “Shingeki no Kyojin” will be released, which will have ‘The war of all wars’ as the main event. The inhabitants of Marley and Eldia will seek to fight until only one nation remains and thus become masters of the powers of all the Titans.

The previous seasons of “Attack on Titan” had as protagonists Eren, Mikasa, Armin, and Levi; however, this time, Marley’s inhabitants will take center stage to find out what happened to them and their soldiers.

This final season of the series based on Hajime Isayam’s manga will also seek to close each of the characters’ stories.

What time and where to see season 4 of Attack on Titan.”

  • Japan: 12:10 am by NHK
  • Mexico: 2:45 pm by Crunchyroll and Funimation
  • Peru and Colombia: 3:45 pm by Crunchyroll
  • Argentina and Chile: 5:45 pm by Crunchyroll
  • Spain: 5:00 pm by Selecta Vision
  • United States: 3:45 pm by Funimation


What will happen in season 4 of “Attack on Titans”?

The third season concluded with one of the biggest reveals of the series. After defeating the Beast Titan and discovering the Titans’ truth through Grisha Jaeger’s journal, Eren and the others ventured beyond the walls to encounter the vast sea that Eren’s father had described in his notebook.

Unlike the rest of his companions, Eren knows precisely what this means: beyond the sea is not freedom, but his most terrible enemies, the children of Marley.

Set four years later, the final batch of “Shingeki no Kyojin” episodes will adapt the last volumes of the manga, although it is unclear if the ending will be the same in both versions. What is known is that it will fully encompass Marley’s arc.

In November, Funimation shared a new synopsis of the final season: “It has been four years since the Legion of Reconnaissance came to shore, and the world looks different now. Things are heating up as the Reconnaissance Legion’s fate and the people of Paradis is finally determined. However, Eren is missing. Will it reappear before the ancient tensions between the Marleyans and the Eldians lead to the war of all wars? “

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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