Attack On Titan Season 4 Releases Episode 86: Watch

The attack of the Titans has finally dropped the penultimate episode of the fourth and final season! The anime has been one of the hottest topics of conversation among fans ever since it returned with part 2 as part of the winter 2022 anime schedule, but this second part will end very soon. There are still so many unresolved threads as a new alliance has formed in order to take on Eren Yeager’s Founding Titan before he destroys the world with the Rumbling, and despite the end of Part 2 in two episodes, the series has yet to make that final showdown happen.

There has been no word yet from Studio MAPPA on how The attack of the Titans will continue past these next two episodes, if at all, and that means these episodes are far more crucial than ever. As the series continues to move towards the final conflict against Eren, the series has turned into a civil war as former allies begin to attack each other in order to support their various new ideals. But that’s just taking small steps towards Hajime Isayama’s manga grand finale. If you wanted to check out the latest episode, now you can find The attack of the Titans Episode 86 streaming with Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu!

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The attack of the Titans Episode 86 is titled “Retrospective” and it is described as such: “If you hesitate, you will die. Point it [gun] and pull the trigger. Believe that beyond this betrayal, there is a way to save the world.” The synopsis is vague, but details the main conflict before the final battle. While Mikasa, Armin, Connie, Jean and Hange teamed up with Marley’s Titan controllers. In order to stop Eren’s Founding Titan, they actively go against their home country’s interests and have since become major targets.

The Yeagerists have taken over Eldia amidst all the Rumbling chaos, and so the remaining members of the Survey Corps must work with those from other countries to save the world. This means that Eldia will not be saved as the inhabitants of the island would like, but it would be freedom at the cost of mass genocide. It’s just one of the big conflicts left in the series, so what do you think? What do you think of the impending end of Attack on Titan? Let us know all your thoughts on this in the comments! You can even contact me directly about all things anime and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!