The attack of the Titans is gearing up to return for the third (and likely final) part of the anime’s fourth and final season, and the adaptation’s writer explained why they felt the anime’s move to Studio MAPPA was ultimately the best for the franchise as a whole. When the anime’s fourth and final season debuted a few years ago, one of the biggest surprises was the fact that it would no longer be produced by WIT Studio as seen in the first three seasons and that it would now be taken over by MAPPA. , the workshop behind Jujutsu Kaisen, Kakeguruithe next Chainsaw Man animated and more.
During a presentation on stage during Japan Expo this summer (as noted by @AttackOnFans on Twitter), the crew behind The attack of the Titans shared some prime messages on the progress of the final season, and series composer Hiroshi Seko shared what to expect for Part 3 of the season. As he explains to fans, the change behind the scenes in the studio before the final season makes much more sense in the grand scheme of production, as the changes in tone and direction of the series itself are more reflected in anime production. changed.
“I think the change of studio between WIT Studio and MAPPA was good because it represented the change in the direction of the work,” Seko began. “In part 3, I want to continue conveying the feeling of despair. We are coming to the end after 10 years, there have been a lot of changes in the team, but I am happy to come to the end of the story. So while this is a relatively short post about the show’s third season, Seko (who served as the main writer for the final season after contributing episodes for the previous three seasons) is clearly ready for the show. end of the series.
Although fans were initially nervous about the studio and personnel changes, by the end of Part 2 of the final season, it’s clear fans are all set to see what’s next. Attack on Titan: Final Part of Season 3 is currently slated to debut during the winter 2023 anime schedule, but has yet to confirm exactly when fans will be able to see it in action. This will likely end the anime’s run, so what are you hoping to see? What did you think of the studio change for the final season? 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!