Studio Mappa has divided Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 into two parts. That’s well.. a lot of parts for a part that is already a part. But nonetheless, this doesn’t stop fans from being hyped, as they rightfully should be. And one of the things about being hyped is that you wonder just how and when your favorite Anime will release. A recent leak on Twitter hints at that only.
Every Attack on Titan Final Season leak Part 3 that you should know
Just prior to its release, a leak possibly divulging Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3‘s international broadcast and streaming plans surfaced. The source of the leak is Twitter user @Kami_Casuals (Project KAMI), an alternate account managed by @AniNewsAndFacts (AN&F), a reliable news source for anime and manga enthusiasts.
- Along with this, In the recent surges of revelations and leaks containing Attack on Titan Final Season, the ones in the lead include the new opening theme for the series. Which would be Under the Tree by SIM. They also performed the opening for the second installment of the final season, named The Rumbling.
And by leak I refer to information unveiled of what lies ahead for viewers awaiting Shingeki no Kyojin’s third installment. At this point, one may start missing Linked Horizon. This is the band that famously sang Guren no Yumiya and Shinzowo Sasageyo Opening theme songs of the First and Second seasons respectively.
About Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 possibly being a Film
We already covered prior to this that Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 will be divided into multiple parts. With the first part being a one-hour special worth 3 episodes long. And the succeeding part will be released later.
We hoped it could possibly be a movie this time around. Concluding that although a special episode is almost movie worthy, as seen in Demon Slayer To The Swordsmith Village movie, it isn’t a movie exactly.
- For the uninitiated, the former mentioned movie is actually Demon Slayer Season 2’s (Entertainment District Arc) last two episodes merged with the one-hour special premiere episode of Season 3.
- As such, the 4 episodes (2 + 1 special which is worth 2 episodes) are long content made for a movie. This movie has premiered in a world tour of Demon Slayer, premiering its first international premiere in Los Angeles.
Such a move may be feasible for Attack on Titan, but not necessarily required. Anyways, for more on this topic regarding Attack on Titan Final Season possibly being a film, head to the article here.
What does the latest Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 leak tell us?
The upcoming "Attack on Titan: Final Season" 1-hour Special Episode will be divided into 3 episodes for the streaming services outside Japan and will be available on the same day. pic.twitter.com/di3nWp7MTH
— Project KAMI ™ (@Kami_Casuals) February 28, 2023
- Moving forward, According to the leak mentioned earlier, the initial special of Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 episodes will reportedly be split into three. These episodes will be then distributed to streaming platforms outside of Japan.
- This disclosure seems to validate earlier assumptions that the forthcoming season will comprise two-hour-long specials rather than weekly installments.
The reason for such division remains unclear
Nonetheless, it appears that the series will be divided into episodes for streaming services. It remains unclear why this division is specifically being implemented for the special’s availability on international streaming platforms.
Nevertheless, fans don’t seem overly bothered by this detail, especially as the leak suggests that the special will be accessible worldwide on the same day as its Japanese release.
Given AN&F’s credibility, fans can anticipate that this latest disclosure holds some accuracy. As a result, social media is buzzing with excitement as fans eagerly anticipate the imminent premiere of Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3.
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