Shingeki no Kyojin will have changes in the second part of the final season | Spaghetti Code

After the announcement about the premiere of the second part of the final season of Shingeki no Kyojin, the anime’s official page highlighted that there will be slight changes between the animated adaptation and the original work of the manga, mainly in the presentation of an unpublished chapter.

According to a statement from director Yuichiro Hayashi, Before the new transmission of episode number 76 “Judgment”, which will give way to the beginning of this second part, there will be an original animation that will remind us of some previous events of the anime and which will be narrated from the perspective of Levie, Annie, Mikasa, among others.

Part two of the final season will begin in January 2022, from the battle at the Shiganshina wall to the origins of the titans And according to the director, new challenges have been taken on in terms of animation of the scenes, so he asked fans to wait a little longer.

The second part will be released in January 2022 | Source: MAPPA

“Sorry to have kept you waiting! Part 2 of the final season will begin in January of next year! From the large-scale battle at Shingashina to the origin story of the first Titan. We are finally nearing climax. We are also taking on many new challenges in terms of quality and design. How will that long-awaited scene look like… Please wait for it! ”.

The continuation of the last season will be broadcast to the small screen by NHK in Japan in January 2022, at the same time that it will be available in Mexico and Latin America through Crunchyroll and Funimation.

Shingeki no Kyojin has become one of the most famous franchises and has also generated controversy, due to the final from manga history, which left some people dissatisfied, however, with the announcement of these changes, there could be twists and turns within the anime and even a different ending to that which occurred in the original work ofHajime Isayama.


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