Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 3
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The highly anticipated final season of the anime series “Attack on Titan” is set to return with its third and final part on Saturday, March 4th, 2023 at 12:25 am JST. After a long wait, fans will finally be able to see the conclusion of the hit series, although it will be airing in two parts.

NHK Networks has listed the final season part 3 as a “special broadcast,” leading to speculation that each part may be a standalone anime special rather than multiple episodes airing in succession. However, this has not been confirmed.

The third part of the final season will be available to watch on local Japanese networks at 12:25 am JST on Saturday, March 4th, 2023. For international fans, this translates to a Saturday night release window, with the exact time varying by region and time zone. It is currently assumed but not confirmed that the third part will be streamed on Crunchyroll as the previous parts were. There is also no information on if there will be any streaming delay for international audiences.

The final season part 2 ended with Eren betraying the Survey Corps and leading his Jaegerist group in a revolution against Paradis’ current government. This led to Eren activating the Wall Titans and starting the Rumbling, an event where the Wall Titans walk across the rest of the earth, flattening everything and killing almost everyone and everything in those lands. The final episodes of the second part saw the Survey Corps resolve to stop Eren and the Rumbling by any means necessary, with the help of Gabby Braun, Falco Grice and Annie Leonhart.

Fans can expect the final season to be filled with action and suspense as the characters try to stop Eren and the Rumbling. With the release date for part 3 of the final season coming up, fans are eagerly waiting to see how the story will come to a close.

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