Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Episode 2: Release Date and Everything We Know

However, the world’s attention is now turning to this weekend’s continuation of Marley’s new invasion of Shiganshina.

So, what time will Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 2, Series Number 77, release worldwide on Crunchyroll and Funimation?

Attack on Titan: Season 4 part 2 episode 2 release time…

Attack on Titan Part 4 Episode 2 (also known as Season 4 Episode 77 and Episode 18) airtime has been confirmed for 3:45 PM EST/8:45 AM GMT on Sunday, January 16. .

The new episode will launch simultaneously on Funimation and Crunchyroll from the following international times:

The described release time has been officially confirmed by Crunchyroll and Funimation’s respective schedules. However, fans should note that both services, especially Crunchyroll, experienced multiple crashes on regional servers when Episode 76 premiered last week.

Unfortunately, fans in North America and Europe should be prepared for more outages this week, as the number of fans trying to access the anime is too large for both platforms.

The good news is that the crashes fans encountered over the past week didn’t persist for very long, with most crashes appearing to be fixed within minutes. Therefore, while fans should expect some issues accessing Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Episode 2, potential delays should be no more than ten minutes.

This article will be updated in case of official modification of the broadcast time of episode 18 (77) of season 4 of Attack on Titan.

Episode 77 Production Staff Confirmed

The official Japanese Attack on Titan website recently confirmed the main production team for the upcoming anime episode.

The script will be directed by Hiroshi Seko, who has previously worked on films like Jujutsu Kaisen, Kakegurui, Mb Psycho 100, Darling in the Franxx and Vinland Saga.

The storyboard is produced by Yuichiro Hayashi (Dorohedoro et Yuri on Ice) and Akiko Kudo (Hunter x Hunter: Phantom Rouge).

Atsushi (Jun) Shishido réalisera l’épisode (Chihayafuru, Yuri on Ice et Story of Saiunkoku). Park Retsu, Choi Fumihide, Hitoshi Yamaguchi et Manabu Akita travailleront sur l’animation.

The new opening reaches an important milestone

Of all the things that came out of the Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 premiere last week, it was the new credits song that lingered in the conversation on social media.

Japanese alternative rock band SiM’s song “The Rumbling” has had 10 million views in just three days and, at the time of writing, has reached an incredible 16.8 million views on the official Pony Canyon YouTube channel!

However, the new intro has a long way to go before it catches up to the view count of previous openings. The top spot is still taken by My War, from Season 4 Part 1, which has over 50 million views. Season 3’s Red Swan is in second place with 43 million views.

New video game reveals release date

A new video game for the Attack on Titan franchise has been in development for some time, having been publicly revealed in September 2021 to be called ‘Brave Order’.

Brave Order will be a co-op multiplayer RPG where players will join scouts in some of their first missions from the anime.

“In Attack on Titan: Brave Order, players become a member of the Survey Corps along with Eren and Mikasa, and battle the Titans alongside a host of other players. – Preview, via Gematsu.

On January 14, it was officially confirmed that Brave Order would be released in February 2022 in Japan, but an international launch date was unfortunately not revealed.