There are just a few days left to the debut of the fourth and final season of Attack of the Giants and an indiscretion could seriously change the cards for the anime adaptation of the manga Attack on Titan by Hajime Isayama.
An indiscretion deemed reliable reveals that the fourth season of Attack of the Giants may not adapt the entire final arc of the manga
Obviously, the news, which began to circulate yesterday on some social media pages, is to be taken “cum grain salis”, since there is no official statement for the words of a “trusted leaker” according to which the 16 episodes of the final season will not adapt all the rest of the manga. It would seem, therefore, that the final season will show what, in some way, was anticipated by the trailer, stopping at chapter 122.
It’s actually quite pretentious news (at the moment), as the final season is still in production and a lot of things have not yet been decided. However, if the indiscretion were to be reliable, it is likely that it is connected to the hypothesis of a fourth season divided into two parts. Furthermore, it could also be assumed that the final events are adapted from a concluding film.
It has been confirmed that the fourth season will consist of 16 episodes, a number of episodes that it is quite unlikely to cover the final narrative arc, so the hypothesis of a final feature film of the anime is becoming increasingly concrete.
Meanwhile, while we think “pourparler” a new key visual of the new season has been published which depicts, among others, the Giant Beast, the Giant Hammer, the Giant Jaw and the Giant Chariot.
Attack on Titan 4 release date, trailer, plot and details
The premiere of the final season of The Attack of the Giants will be broadcast on NHK TV on 7 December 2020 between 00:10 and 00:35, landing on Tuesday 8 December in simulcast and simuldub on VVVVID and Amazon Prime Video.
The trailer above anticipates a final season (?) Full of action, death, betrayal and other key moments following what was seen in the third season which ended not only revealing what’s behind the conflict, but leaving the fans in waiting for the protagonists now determined to bring the war into the territory of Marley with the sole purpose of winning it.
The Attack of the Giants 3 saw the battle unfold to regain Wall Maria! Thanks to Eren’s new abilities, the explorers are confident they can seal the wall and regain control of the Shiganshina District. If they succeed, Eren will finally be able to enter the basement of his home and shed light on the secrets of this world.
But the danger is still lurking and perhaps this could be humanity’s last battle for survival?Across the sea, Eren thought he would find freedom. But beyond the waves, the battlefield between the armies of Marley and Eldia is actually revealed. The Eldian warriors gathered to stand up to their oppressors must prove themselves worthy to inherit the powers of the primeval titans …
Yuichiro Hayashi (Dorohedoro, Garo the Animation, Kakegurui 1 and 2) will direct Attack of the Giants 4 while Hiroshi Seko (Ajin, Vinland Saga, Mob Psycho 100) will oversee the script.
Tomohiro Kishi (Dorohedoro, 91 days) has been entrusted with the character design and Hiroyuki Sawano, together with Kohta Yamamoto (Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga, The Seven Deadly Sins: Revival of The Commandments), will return to take care of the music.