The score is composed by Hiroyuki Sawano. The opening theme for the season's first 12 episodes is \"Red Swan\" by Yoshiki featuring Hyde, and the ending theme is \"Akatsuki no Requiem\" (暁の鎮魂歌, Akatsuki no Chinkonka, lit. \"Daybreak Requiem\") by Linked Horizon. The opening theme for the second part of third season is \"Shoukei to Shikabane no Michi\" (憧憬と屍の道, lit. \"The Path of Longing and Corpses\") performed by Linked Horizon and the second ending theme is \"Name of Love\" performed by Cinema Staff.
The season was universally acclaimed, with both parts receiving an equal amount of praise. Part 1 was praised for its story development, and characters especially through Levi and the introduction of Kenny; whilst Part 2 was praised for its emotional moments, action sequences, stakes, animation, dark tone, music, and voice acting.
Although the first episode of Attack on Titan season 4, part 3, has just made its premiere, fans will have to wait until fall for episode 2. The official Twitter page for Attack on Titan confirmed that the second episode of the final season won't be arriving right away.
The exact release date has not yet been confirmed, but we can expect the creators to reveal it in the coming months. As of now, we can only assume that the second episode will release in September, given that the studio only has to work on one episode for the remaining six to seven months. And given that the remaining episodes have been in the making for a long time, it wouldn't be a problem for MAPPA to release it in early fall. However, just like the first episode of AOT final season part 3, the second episode is also highly anticipated to be one hour long, which equate to watching three 20-minute episodes of a standard anime.
A new Key Visual was also unveiled, which shows Eren in his Founding Titan form, trying to catch his friends, including Mikasa, Armin, Hange, Levi, Zeke, Jean, and Conny, while they run away from him. The key visual also thanks the viewers for watching the first episode of season 4, part 3.
The first television anime season premiered in April 2013, and the second season premiered in April 2017. The first part of the third season premiered in July 2018, and the second half premiered in April 2019.
Attack on Titan season 4, part 3 is coming on March 4th, leading many fans to ask just when and where they can watch the series' last part. Though the hit anime series might still have a little bit of time before it officially concludes, here's when the end begins.
Attack on Titan season 4, part 3 aired on Saturday March 4th at 12:25 AM in Japan with the subtitled English release on Crunchyroll coming at 3:00 P.M PST or 6:00 P.M. EST. The premier of the final season's final part will actually be subdivided into two smaller parts. As a result, the first half of Attack on Titan's final part will only consist of an hour-long special.
Much like previous seasons, the best place to watch all-new episodes of Attack on Titan is its English streaming home of Crunchyroll alongside a release on Hulu. Japanese fans of the series can watch it on NHK General, though that's obviously not available to fans outside of Japan. 59ce067264