If we rely on the first part of this Final Season, fans should enjoy 16 episodes, one episode per week. Thus, for four months, Attack on Titan will remain at the heart of the conversations of animation enthusiasts. In France, the program is broadcast almost simultaneously from Japan (simulcast) on the on-demand streaming platforms Wakanim and Crunchyroll.
If we’re talking about it today, it’s because Crunchyroll has just published a powerful trailer returning to the duel between Rivaille and Sieg which promises to be daunting. Of course, to avoid any spoiler – which would be a sacrilege as this series is absolutely to be discovered – we will not tell you who these characters are. What is certain is that this second part promises to be incredible to mark the conclusion of the legendary confrontation between Mahr and the people of Paradise.
While the first three seasons were produced by the Wit studio, this final part was entrusted to MAPPA, already at work on works such as Yuri on Ice, Last Hero Inuyashiki or Banana Fish. For many observers, it was a risky bet, especially since the series multiplied the so-called CGI scenes from Season 4. This technique – which consists of combining 3D animation and digital special effects – was far from unanimous, but the first feedback does not seem to be offended by the achievement of the MAPPA studio. Even if, obviously, there are differences compared to Wit.
Attack on Titan Season Finale Part 2 is currently streaming on Wakanim and Crunchyroll. To discover this wonderful series, meet every Sunday at 9:45 p.m. Compared to Japan, there is a 5 hour time lag because the platforms have based themselves on the American broadcast time.