Attack on Titan is hyping its return early next year with a dark new trailer titled "Appetite," teasing the anime series’ final episodes. Part 2 of the show’s fourth and final season is set to premiere on Jan. 9, 2022 in Japan.
To help celebrate the upcoming premiere and give fans an intense rundown of everything that has come thus far, Crunchyroll has put together a dark hype reel for Attack on Titan's colossal return. The trailer features many of the bloodiest moments from the show, ranging from people being eaten up and getting beat up by the Titans, along with epic fight scenes sure to get you pumped for new episodes.
The gory trailer urges viewers to catch up on the show in case they haven’t seen it yet. Fans who want a refresher on the brutally violent anime series still have time to binge the entire series before watching new episodes from part 2 of the final season next year.
Attack on Titan: Final Season Part 2 will kick off with Episode 76 of the series, titled "Judgment." The show will pick up from the cliffhanger that saw Eren declare war on not only the invading Marleyan forces, but his home territory of Eldia as well.
The official synopsis from Crunchyroll reads as follows: "It's been four years since the Scout Regiment reached the shoreline, and the world looks different now. Things are heating up as the fate of the Scout Regiment—and the people of Paradis—are determined at last. However, Eren is missing. Will he reappear before age-old tensions between Marleyans and Eldians result in the war of all wars?"
Crunchyroll will be streaming the latest season in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, LATAM, Europe, Middle East and Russian territoies after it airs in Japan. The show will reportedly be streamed via Funimation and Hulu, and will be available in 8 languages and 200 countries and territories.
There’s no news on the exact release date in the Philippines yet, but Netflix Philippines has promised that the show is “coming soon” to the streamer as well.
Previous seasons of Attack on Titan are currently streaming on Netflix.