Attack on Titan Season 4: The Official Order Of The Episodes Revealed
AttackOnTitan Season 4 is on the horizon, and its followers are even more excited than before. This show has spent nearly ten years stringing fans along, but that will all come to an ending before some time. The debut of Attack on Titan’s final season has been released, and fans love the stunning return. But as it turns out, there might be fewer episodes to season 4 than we expected.
Attack on Titan Season 4 brings a lot of news about its episodes.
The startling update was given not long ago when official Blu-ray info about Attack on Titanseason four went live. The anime’s official website posted the details over in Japan. Their fans learned AttackonTitan Season 4 will contain two Blu-ray volumes for a total of 16 episodes.
And yes, you did read that right. Attack on Titan is only listed for 16 episodes this season, and fans have many questions.
In season four, 39 chapters were covered from the manga, and it took 22 episodes to do so. Many contents were cut out even then, so fans are unsure what is up with season four. This final season must cover over 45 chapters, and 16 episodes aren’t going to cut it.
Of course, fans do have guesses as to why this order is so short. The most prevalent theory is that Attack on Titan season four will be split into two parts. Sword Art Online underwent this treat with its latest season, and it gave the production enough time to handle its massive workload. A split season would explain this short order, but so would a movie. There is always a chance Attack on Titan could adapt its final arc in movie format. But for now, the audience will have to wait and see what happens once season four nears its midway point.
Attack on Titan Season 4: Where and When to watch?
Attack on Titan Season 4 will release on Sunday, 6th of December (today). The first three seasons are currently available on Hulu. However, it has not yet sure that season 4 will be released on the platform.
Season 4 of Attack on Titan will be presented to several anime streaming sites at 3:45 p.m. ET / 12:01 p.m. PT. If you do not see the episodes appear right away, they will within a short time
It will release on Netflix but only in selected countries, not including US or European variants of the streaming site. It may also ultimately become accessible to stream on Hulu and Amazon Prime, but there’s no sure news.