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Attack on Titan Season 4 titled Attack on Titan: The Final Season!

Attack on Titan is a Japanese dark fantasy anime TV series adapted from the manga of the same name by Hajime Isayama. The series released on 7th April 2013. It currently comes on NKH General TV in Japan, Hulu, Crunchyroll, Amazon Prime, and Funimation in the US and Canada, and Aniplus Asia in various Asia Pacific countries. The story starts in the world where the remains of humanity live inside three concentric cities. Many walls protect these cities against attacks by Titans, gigantic humanoid beings who destroy human beings without any reason. The adventure of three friends is shown whose lives are changed forever after Colossal Titan breaks the wall of their hometown.

Attack on Titan Season 4 Details –

Season 4 is the final season of the series and is titled Attack on Titan: The Final Season. This season is directed by Jun Shishido, Yūichirō Hayashi, and script written by Hiroshi Seko. The season covers the “Marley” (chapters 91–106) and “War for Paradis” (chapters 107-116) arc from the manga from which it is adopted. Season 4 was released on December 7, 2020, and has 16 episodes, out of which 11 have been aired, and the remaining will air in March 2021.  

Attack on Titan Season 4 Story –

Season 4 follows Falco Grice and Gabi Braun, young Eldian Warrior candidates seeking to inherit Reiner’s Armored Titan four years after the failed mission to claim the Founding Titan. Due to the development of anti-titan weaponry, Marley’s dominance over competing nations begins to weaken. To develop their military, they plan to invade Paradis using the island’s resources and recover the Founding Titan. On the Marley shoreline, the Survey Corps and tensions rapidly heating up Titans go to war with the Paradis soldiers. In the war death rate is more on both sides. Both the Survey Corps and Marleyan Warriors must question the best approach to claiming victory.

Attack on Titan Season 4 Review –

This season has received positive reviews from the critics for the episodes aired till now, and according to them, it is one of the great shows with good writing and great new characters. 



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