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Epic Conclusion Draws Near As Attack On Titan's Finale Air Date Seemingly Leaks

Fans brace themselves for the thrilling end to the epic anime.

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The final season of the popular anime Attack on Titan has been playing out since 2020, and recent leaks suggest that its conclusion may be approaching. According to a leak spotted by Twitter user kles7_, an episode titled "Attack on Titan Final Season: The Final Chapters Special 2" is slated to premiere on November 4, potentially marking the end of the series. This information was found in an unlisted video on Pony Canyon's YouTube channel, which featured a teaser poster and a release date.

After WIT Studio handled the animation for the previous three seasons, MAPPA took over for the final season. The last season was divided into three parts, with the final part consisting of two extended episodes known as "Attack on Titan Final Season: The Final Chapters Special 1" and "Special 2." The original Attack on Titan manga concluded in April 2021.

Fans of both the manga and the anime have been eagerly awaiting new episodes. Part 2 concluded in April 2022, covering several more chapters from the manga. The Final Season has covered the Marley and part of the War for Paradis arcs, with only a few chapters remaining for adaptation in Part 3. For those who have read the manga's conclusion, they know that Attack on Titan escalates its premise dramatically as humanity faces the prophesized Rumbling event.

As of this writing, the exact airtime and streaming platform for "Attack on Titan Final Season: The Final Chapters Special 2" have not been officially announced. Crunchyroll is a likely candidate, given its history of premiering previous episodes, but confirmation is still pending. "Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 2" was initially promised to air in Fall 2023, but the exact release date remains uncertain.

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