The long-awaited finale of Attack on Titan’s anime adaptation is now live and a special one-hour episode is expected to kick off the new season. The next in line, i.e, Episode 88 is now available and all the information on Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 release date, time and where to watch is given below. The first part has been released on NHK General in Japan on 4 March 2023 at 12:25 a.m. JST. Viewers in the US can stream the special episode on Hulu on 3 March 2023.
Fans in the US and 200 other countries and territories can watch on Crunchyroll started from 3 March 2023 at 3 p.m. PT (6 p.m. ET). The 3rd part of the final season will now streaming online. Yes, you read that right, Season 4, which is the last season of Attack on Titan, has been divided into III parts and has been ongoing for the last three years, and now finally, viewers can finally get to know the story in new episodes.
Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3
Attack on Titan final season is now airing on 4 March 2023. It is the final season of Hajime Isayama’s anime and it will be divided into two parts, with the first has been released in March and the second later during the second half of 2023. Studio MAPPA is set to adapt chapters 131 to 139 in the 3rd part of its final season, which is now air on Crunchyroll.
Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 has been released at around 12.25 am JST today, which means that many international fans have watched it sometime around the second part of the earlier day, i.e., 3 March 2023. While manga lovers cannot wait to see their favorite series being animated, the imminent release of the thrilling conclusion to the stories of Eren, Armin, and Mikasa is set to do the entertainment of the fans.
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Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 Release Date/Time
Attack on Titan season 4 part 3 is has been premiered at 12:25 PM local time in Japan on Saturday,4 March 2023 via the NHK television network. After a long wait for international fans, the global community will be happy to know that the new episode of Attack on Titan is now available to watch on Crunchyroll; having been made available at the following times:
- Pacific Time – 3 PM
- Eastern Time – 6 PM
- British Time – 11 PM
- European Time – 12 AM
- India Time – 4:30 AM
- Philippine Time – 7 AM
- Japan Time – 8 AM
- Australia Eastern Daylight Time – 9:30 AM
AOT Final Season Part 3 where to watch episodes
Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 is now available to watch on Crunchyroll and it offers a 14-day free trial period for access to the premium service that is required to watch show.
In the United Kingdom, Crunchyroll is available from:
- Fan – £4.99 a month, no ads, access to manga, stream on one device.
- Mega Fan – £5.99 a month, no ads, access to manga, stream on four devices, and offline viewing available.
- Mega Fan – £59.99 a year, no ads, access to manga, stream on four devices, and offline viewing available.
In the United States of America, the service is priced at:
- Fan – $7.99 a month, no ads, access to manga, stream on one device.
- Mega Fan – $9.99 a month, no ads, access to manga, stream on four devices, and offline viewing available.
- Mega Fan – $14.99 a year, no ads, access to manga, stream on four devices, and offline viewing available.
Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 Storyline
The Attack on Titan Final Season Part 3 is expected to center on the group’s determined efforts to halt The Rumbling despite overwhelming odds. Despite not having the equipment, personnel, and a concrete plan, the group is unlikely to be deterred in their pursuit to end the cycle of suffering and hatred. Viewers of Attack on Titan can watch new episodes of the anime on Crunchyroll and Funimation, but only via buying a premium service.
It seems that there are only 2 more episodes left until the series reaches its end. The first of these episodes was the 1 hour special and the second will be the Final Arc’s second half, which will release later this year. This means that fans of Attack on Titan have only a few more episodes to see how the series ends and what happens to their favourite characters.