You have been waiting for it for several months and now it is effective. The announcement of the release date of Part 2 of Attack on Titan, sounds like a Christmas carol ahead of time.
Fans will just have to wait until January to reconnect with author Hajime Isayama’s manga, also known as Shingeki no Kyojin.
Better late than never
After a wait that seemed endless, we learn from the media ScreenRant that Attack on Titan Part 2 is scheduled for January. To get you back in the mood, Shingeki no Kyojin makes us follow the adventures of a group of humans who survived a titan attack.
Titans are gigantic creatures that roam the wilderness aimlessly and target humans and all other living species. If they have the misfortune to cross their path, they will certainly be devoured. The plot of Attack on Titan has captured the attention of the public and the gore side of the manga is undoubtedly one of the recipes that made it so successful.
The broadcast of Part 1 of Season 4 particularly shocked fans of the series who have not read the manga. The abrupt change of Eren, the alliance of the Jäger brothers, the final battle, everything has been put in place to make the final arc out of the ordinary.
A final that promises to be grandiose
It is true that the month of the release of the new episodes of the manga had been communicated since August. However, Funimation has kept fans going and has just announced that the episodes will be available from January 9, 2022. You will be able to follow the apotheosis of Shingeki no Kyojin in nearly 200 territories and in eight languages under -titled.
Although the number of episodes has not yet been communicated, we can expect to have the same as that of the first part is 16 episodes. Episode 76, entitled “Condemnation”, will ring the curtain of the game. 2 from Attack on Titan. Distinguishing enemies from allies will be a real headache as discord will reign supreme.
The war between Paradise and Mahr is in full swing and the number of victims continues to increase. Our heroes touch their goals, but the price of freedom will not come without bloodshed