Attack on Titan The Final Season To Be Released in Autumn 2020

01.July.2019 | ANIME&GAME

On June 30, NHK General TV finished broadcasting season 3 of popular anime Attack on Titan. Following the end of the broadcast, a 15-second trailer was released where we hear Mikasa pleading for Eren to come back. The short video also advertised the release of “The Final Season” which will be broadcasted in the autumn of 2020.

 

15-second trailer video

Fans are eagerly waiting to snatch up more information to fuel their excitement for the new season. 

 

©Hajime Isayama, Kodansha Ltd./Attack on Titan Production Committee

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    To commemorate the end of Attack on Titan‘s 12-year saga, the editorial team at Weekly Shonen Magazine launched the ‘Final Survey Corps Application’ project on June 9 which imagines the staff and fans as part of the Survey Corps to express their love for the series. The staff at Animate and TSUTAYA stores in Japan are currently donning Survey Corps uniforms. A special online exhibition will also be held by the magazine to give thanks to fans who have supported Attack on Titan for 12 years.

     

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