Attack on Titan is one of those anime that has left us with high expectations, and every day that passes makes us more and more eager to see how it will end. As part of the Anime Expo in Los Angeles, the anime streaming service has delighted us with the first glimpses of what will be the end of the anime or as it will be called, Attack on Titan The Final Season Final Arc, after something that already seemed like a meme about the end of the series.
First look at Attack on Titan’s finale
As part of this first look at the final season of Attack on Titan, Crunchyroll has provided us with a glimpse from Armin’s perspective of the final attack on Eren and what will be a small part of the end of this series.
A few days ago, Cruchyroll released a part of this first teaser of the final battle of Attack on Titan, where we could finally see Levy in action and face the Titan Beast again. We won’t say more because it could be a big spoiler for the series.
A year of waiting for the final arc
Sure, we knew that we would have to wait a long time for what would be the last of this anime. Having the first images gives us hope that we will soon have a definite date when we will finally see the end of the series.
Its creator apologizes for the ending
We will see what changes, if any, to the anime’s ending will be made with respect to the manga. It would certainly not be surprising if we consider that a few months ago we could see the author of Shingeki coming out to apologize in tears due to the hate that generated the series’s controversial closure. “I still have doubts in me about the way it ended, and I’m still suffering for it. I’m very sorry,” confessed a visibly affected Hajime Isayama at Anime NYC 2022.
Where to watch all seasons of Shingeki no Kyojin
Crunchyroll’s catalog now features the complete Season 1, Season 2, Season 3 and Season 4 Part 1 of Attack on Titans (plus Part 2, currently airing) and bonus episodes. As for Hulu, you can also find Season 1 through 4 Part 1. For its part, Prime Video has the episodes for rent from Season 1 through 3.
How much Crunchyroll costs: price and subscription options
Crunchyroll, as a subscription service, has a 14-day free trial period. Once it ends, we have three monthly payment options that we detail below. FAN for $7.99 per month, which gives access to all content in the Crunchyroll catalog without advertising, simulcast with Japan and one simultaneous device; and MEGA FAN for $9.99 per month, which brings with it all the advantages mentioned above plus the possibility of enjoying offline viewing (download) and availability on up to four devices at the same time. Finally, there is ULTIMATE FAN, which in addition to the previous benefits, increases the number of devices to six, and sends an annual Ultimate Fan member swag bag for $14.99.