All eyes are now on Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 after its official announcement. Though it may take a little while before it hits the small screens, Amiami Japan knows how to excite the awaiting fans.
Amiami will drop a new special Survey Corps recruitment poster ahead of the much-awaited Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2. Although Hajime Isayama has officially put the manga series to a close, fans are still waiting for the anime to conclude.
Amiami drops a glimpse of the new Survey Corps poster in a post on Twitter. It shows a lavish-looking plaque, featuring an invite to join the group.
"Urgent Recruitment Dedicate Your Heart," it reads. "I Want You for Survey Corps."
進撃の巨人 パブミラー ～調査兵団募集～[empty]
ご予約開始です♪#shingeki pic.twitter.com/h0CWPe5J0R — あみあみ (@amiami_figure) April 30, 2021
The anime's first part ended with a major cliffhanger and fans were happy to know the story would continue with the second half. So, fans now have to prepare for the final flight of Mikasa, Armin, Levi, Eren, and the rest of the team to fight for freedom.
According to Comicbook, Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 will feature three different sides of the battle. The anime will be quite different from its source material so that fans can't quickly predict what will happen.
Screenrant noted the biggest twist on the final season was already foreshadowed by Armin and Eren's scene in Season 1 Episode 6. Here, Armin was left reeling after Eren saved him from being eaten by a Titan, resulting in the supposed death of the protagonist.
As he lamented on his own failure, Armin said the "strong devour the weak," which the world seemed to make them understand easily with the intense turn of events. The scene seemed to show that anyone who would gain strength in the Attack on Titan world would use it to "oppress and coerce" and not to bring "justice and equality," which Eren was doing now.
So far, there are no words yet on when Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 will be out, though the midseason finale announced it would be part of the Winter 2022 anime season, per Inverse. Technically, the final season's first half was part of the 2020 Fall season, though it was out in December 2020 instead of October.
This only means that its last few episodes may drop either in the first week of January or at the end of March.
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