Attack on Titan The Final Season’s Episode 1 Outline Officially Teased in Japan

04.December.2020 | ANIME&GAME

Episode 1 of the upcoming highly-anticipated final season of Attack on Titan is set to air on December 6, 2020. The outline for this first episode has been officially teased by the staff which we have translated below.

Attack on Titan The Final Season – Episode 1 Outline

The title of the episode is Umi no Mukougawa (The Other Side of the Ocean). A great battle has begun between humanity and the Titans. Just how much time has passed? On the other side of the ocean, where Eren Jaeger has arrived, the war continues with no end in sight. Who are they fighting, and what are they fighting for? A single soldier prepares himself to throw himself into the front lines.

A 15-minute digest video in Japanese was also uploaded to Pony Canyon’s official YouTube channel which summarises the first three seasons of the anime series for those who need a refresher.


Attack on Titan 15-Minute Digest Video

To promote The Final Season, a special live broadcast will air on Pony Canyon’s YouTube page which will feature appearances by Eren, Mikasa, and Armins’ voice actors Yuki Kaji, Yui Ishikawa, and Marina Inoue respectively.


The original Survey Corps members will come together to discuss their anticipations before the anime airs the following day.

The Final Season is almost here. Are you ready?


©Hajime Isayama・Kodansha / Attack on Titan The Final Season Production Committee


  • Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Opening and Ending Themes Announced

    15.January.2022 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

    Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 began airing on January 9. The opening track is The Rumbling by SiM, and the ending theme is Akuma no Ko (A Child of Evil) by Ai Higuchi. The titles and lyrics of these pieces both closely relate to the series itself, and the TV-size versions are now available on music streaming sites. 


    To commemorate the start of The Final Season Part 2, the non-credit opening and ending videos have been released on YouTube.


    Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Non-Credit Opening

    Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Non-Credit Ending

    Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 is currently airing on NHK General each Sunday at 24:05. It is also available to stream on dTV, d Anime Store, GYAO!, Netflix, TELASA, Hikari TV, and Amazon Prime Video


    Comment from SiM Vocalist MAH

    The opening theme we created for Attack on Titan pulls from the many other songs written for the series so far and seeks to bring this story to a close. With the greatest love and respect, I think we’ve been able to bring our own spin to the series while also respecting its past. I hope that fans of the series will enjoy the track’s lyrics as well. 


    Comment from Ai Higuchi

    What if I were born inside the walls? On the outside? What if I were a Marleyan? An Eldian? How long could I live with such hatred and resentment in my heart? Would I ever know forgiveness? Being born in this world, you’d have a predetermined destiny, and these characters can’t turn away from the justice they seek.

    Attack on Titan provided me with questions that shook my foundation. I tried to find answers to the questions it inspired in me, but there were no answers to be found. Perhaps I’ll spend the rest of my life trying to find those answers. Please, enjoy this ending track.  


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  • Wall Art Commemorating Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Appears in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya

    06.January.2022 | ANIME&GAME

    To commemorate the start of Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 on January 9, 2022, some powerful new wall art filled with storyboards and other imagery from the series has appeared in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya train stations for a limited time!



    These incredible images will only be available to see until January 9, so if you’re near any of these stations, be sure to check them out! Starting on January 4, a countdown video of ‘favorite scenes’ as chosen by six popular creators will be posted to the official anime Twitter account (@anime_shingeki).


    Storyboards featured in this wall art comes from episodes 76 to 80 of the anime series. The largest board is 22.5 meters in length.


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  • Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Gets Second Trailer

    30.December.2021 | ANIME&GAME

    The main trailer for Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 has been released ahead of the series premiere on January 9, 2022. Episode 76 is titled “Judgement,” and will mark the beginning of the end for the anime series that originally began back in 2013. 


    Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Trailer 2


    Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 will air on NHK General on January 9, 2022 at 24:05. It will also be available to stream on dTV, d Anime Store, GYAO!, Netflix, TELASA, Hikari TV, and Amazon Prime Video starting January 10. Those in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and Russia will be able to watch the new season on Crunchyroll. Funimation will stream new episodes to those located in the US, Canada, the UK, Ireland, Brazil, Peru, Columbia, Chile, Mexico, Australia, and New Zealand.


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  • Attack on Titan and NewDays Collaborate for Second Time

    25.December.2021 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

    To celebrate the final season of Attack on Titan, NewDays, a convenience store chain in Japan, has started a special campaign until January 10, 2022. Plenty of collaborate snacks will be available for the next few weeks.


    Collaboration Food


    Special Attack on Titan Packaging

    Special Attack on Titan Packaging, “Exterminate Every Last Grain!” 

    Luxury Seafood Onigiri (Special Packaging)

    Luxury Seafood Onigiri

    Nine Titan Bento


    Collaboration Merch


    Acrylic Keychain

    Acrylic Keychain



    Acrylic Stand

    Bonus (Round 1)

    Bonus (Round 2)


    Present Campaign

    A Prize: Signed Poster (3 Winners)

    B Prize: NewDays Original Illustration Blanket (50 Winners)


    Super-sized luxury onigiri are now available as part of the collaboration, along with special bread and bento featuring images of popular Attack on Titan characters. Seven types of original merchandise will be available at participating NewDays locations, and those spending over ¥600 including one or more Suntory beverages will be entered to win a poster signed by the cast. Don’t miss it!

  • All Eight Episodes of Attack on Titan OAD Archive to be Released on Blu-ray

    19.December.2021 | ANIME&GAME

    The long-awaited Blu-ray release of ‘Attack on Titan OAD Archive,’ containing all eight episodes of the OAD spin-off, will be released on April 27, 2022. The release will include those episodes broadcast on NHK along with others, and will feature a jacket illustration drawn by Kyoji Asano, the character designer and chief animation director for seasons 1 through 3 of the anime series.


    Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Trailer


    Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 will begin airing on January 9, 2022, and will be available on a number of streaming platforms including Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Hikari TV, and dTV. 



  • Attack on Titan Second Theme ‘Shinzo wo Sasageyo!’ Played Over 100 Million Times on Spotify

    12.December.2021 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

    Linked Horizon’s Shinzo wo Sasageyo!, the second opening theme for Attack on Titan, has surpassed 100 million plays on Spotify.


    The song was written by Revo, the leader of the band, and is included in the album ‘Shingeki no Kiseki.’


    This is the first time that a Linked Horizon song has reached over 100 million plays on Spotify, and the song was also ranked 5th in Spotify’s ‘Japanese Music Played Overseas Ranking 2021.’ 


    Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 2 will begin airing on January 9, 2022.

  • Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 Key Visual Released

    18.November.2021 | ANIME&GAME

    A new key visual for Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 has been unveiled. The series will premiere on NHK General TV on January 9, 2022, at 24:05, and will finally bring the series to its long-awaited conclusion. The image was revealed at the Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 Special Event, held November 14, 2021, in Kawaguchi, Saitama prefecture. 



    The Final Season director Yuichiro Hayashi commented on the image. 

    “There were three main visuals released for Part 1, but I tried not to focus on one particular subject. Rather, I wanted to show the many main characters, the war, and Marley. The concept of Part 2 is to focus on Eren as an individual. I hope that those who have stuck with the series for a long time will see this image and remember how much Eren has been through, and how much is at stake. The end is almost here.” 


    Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Trailer


    A special compilation series spanning six episodes is currently airing NHK General TV ahead of the release of Part 2. Episode 5 will premiere on December 5, 2021. A special Attack on Titan OAD, containing side stories centered around the main characters, will begin streaming on November 29, 2021. See the official website for more details!


    ©諫山創・講談社/「進撃の巨人」The Final Season製作委員会

  • Attack on Titan: The Final Season Episode 76 “Condemnation” to Air In January 2022

    27.August.2021 | ANIME&GAME

    It has been announced that the 76th and final episode of Attack on Titan: The Final Season, “Condemnation,” will be airing on NHK in January 2022. Before the broadcast, a special omnibus that reflects on the story so far will be aired, along with a new original animation (OAD) featuring Levi, Annie, Mikasa, and various other characters from the series.



    The latest broadcast information was announced on August 22 2021 at the Attack on Titan Orchestral Concert.  The director Hayashi spoke, saying “Sorry for the wait! The Final Season Part Two will be shown in January of the new year! From the huge battle in the Shiganshina District, all the way to the Titans origin story, we’re finally approaching the climax of the story. We have also been taking on new challenges on how to visualize the story; How will those certain scenes turn out..? Please look forward to it!”


    With four months still left to wait before the final episode of Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part Two airs, further details will be released in the future.


    ©Iseyama Hajime, Kodansha / Attack on Titan: The Final Season Production Committee

    ©諫山創・講談社/「進撃の巨人」The Final Season製作委員会

  • Streaming service dTVⓇ has announced its overall viewer ranking for the first half of 2021. Did your favorite shows make the cut?


    Jujutsu Kaisen

    Tokyo Revengers

    Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba

    Attack on Titan The Final Season

    Kimetsu Academy 




    dTV First Half Viewer Ranking 2021

    1. Jujutsu Kaisen (Anime) 
    2. Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet (Anime Film)
    3. Tokyo Revengers (Anime)
    4. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba (Anime)
    5. Attack on Titan The Final Season (Anime)
    6. Furuhata Ninzaburo Season 1 (Drama)
    7. Detective Conan (Anime)
    8. Alita: Battle Angel (Western Film)
    9. Kimetsu Academy (Anime)

    The first and second seasons of Tozaburo Furuhata are no longer available. Season 3 is out now. 



    Pulling in the most views between January and July was Jujutsu Kaisen, the popular anime series following high-schooler Yuji Itadori and his struggle with curses and sorcery. The show took the top spot by a huge margin, sitting at number one for four consecutive months between January and April. What makes it so popular? It could be its blend of horror and comedy, making it an attractive watch for all kinds of anime fans. 

    In second place, Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet. Who is Shuichi Akai, and what was his involvement in the disaster at the World Sports Games? This is the 24th Detective Conan film, and not one to miss, grossing over $20 million and holding the title of the third highest IMAX opening in Japanese history. 


    Rounding out the top three, anime series Tokyo Revengers tells the story of a delinquent with the ability to travel back in time. When his lover is murdered, Takemichi Hanagaki goes back to his junior high school days, intent on saving her life. Airing on dTV beginning in April, viewership has steadily increased, reaching #3 in May and hitting the top spot in June. 


    Unsurprisingly, two internationally beloved series also made the top ten. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba and Attack on Titan The Final Season sit in fourth and fifth place, making the top five an anime-only club. Kimetsu Academy, a junior and senior high-school spinoff of Demon Slayer sits at number nine, even though episodes are less than two minutes long on average. Never underestimate the power of animation!

    The classic 1994 drama series Furuhata Ninzaburo began to climb the rankings after the death of Masakazu Tamura in April this year from heart failure. Though seasons one and two are no longer streaming on the service, season three was just added to the catalogue on August 1!


    Hollywood epic Alita: Battle Angel, an adaptation of the sci-fi manga series, was the only western film to crack the top ten. BTS JAPAN OFFICIAL FANMEETING VOL.5 [MAGIC SHOP], which included footage of a special event with fans at the popular KPOP group’s last show at Kyocera Dome Osaka in 2019, finishes out the list. 


    While these ten might have drawn the most views, there are plenty of other films, concerts, dramas and anime series available on dTV, so be sure to check them out!

  • Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Teaser Visual Released

    05.July.2021 | ANIME&GAME

    An event titled ‘MAPPA STAGE 2021 – 10th ANNIVERSARY -‘ was held in Japan on June 27 where a teaser visual was released for Part 2 of the Attack on Titan anime’s final season which shows Eren together with a mysterious girl.


    Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Special Teaser Promo

    The event was attended by Yuki Kaiji (Eren Yaeger), Marina Inoue (Armin Alert), Ayane Sakura (Gabi Brown), the anime series director Yuichiro Hayashi, and composer Kohta Yamamoto who gave their thoughts and impressions on The Final Season.

    The final volume of the Attack on Titan manga released on June 9 which saw comments trending from fans around the world on the ending. Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 is set to air this winter.

    ©諫山創・講談社/「進撃の巨人」The Final Season製作委員会

  • Attack on Titan Orchestra Concert Invites Line-Up of Famous Guest Artists

    23.June.2021 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

    An Attack on Titan orchestra concert has been announced and will take place at Pacifico Yokohama National Convention Hall on August 22, 2021. Scheduled to perform are guests are Hiroyuki Sawano and Kohta Yamamoto as well as guest vocalists Aimee Blackschleger, Eliana, Laco, and mpi. Priority tickets can be applied for by purchasing Volume 1 of the DVD or Blu-ray volume of Attack on Titan The Final Season which is set to be released in Japan on July 7.

    ©諫山創・講談社/「進撃の巨人」The Final Season製作委員会

    The final season’s original soundtrack was also released digitally on June 23 with 23 tracks by Kohta Yamamoto and Hiroyuki Sawano. Check out the preview below.


    Attack on Titan The Final Season Original Soundtrack

  • Devote Your Heart to Attack on Titan in the Final Survey Corps Project

    17.June.2021 | ANIME&GAME

    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.


    Fans can use the all-new Survey Corps Maker service where they can upload their own photo or an illustration of themselves or an original character and writes words dedicated to the series. They are encourage to share this with other Survey Corps members around the world.

    Survey Corps Maker: How to Use

    1. Select a base image
    2. Write your thoughts and comments about Attack on Titan
    3. Share with the world


    Survey Corps Maker Samples




    The staff at Animate Ikebukuro

    The staff at TSUTAYA 


    Attack on Titan Online Exhibition

    The online exhibition is a virtual event that was conceived after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the for in-person event in Japan to be cancelled. But this shift is good news to fans outside Japan as it means everyone around the world can join – and it’s free.

    The event requires a quick sign-up, after which fans can enjoy looking through displays of official artwork. There’s also a merch shop with exclusive items to get your hands on. Please note that the exhibition features spoilers up to the final chapter.