Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 3 episode 1 was released on March 4th, 2023 at 12:25 am Japanese standard time and it broadcasted on the NHK local Japanese network. Fans of the series have been waiting around the world for the release of the said episode on the various streaming platforms available in their region and hoping for a simulcast, however, the episode got a delayed release of hours.
This had fans around the world worrying about how to stream the Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 3 episode 1 and had them checking the various streaming platforms such as Funimation and Crunchyroll upon the episode’s release in Japan. Twitter was filled with questions from the fans tagging the streaming platforms and asking when the episode will be dropped.
However, after hours of delay, Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 3 episode 1 subbed version was released on various platforms across the world and luckily everyone could watch the episode on the streaming platforms even though one the other has geo-restrictions on them.
Follow along with this article as we will inform you all about the streaming details for Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 3 in this article, but before we dive into all of those details let’s take a look at what is the plot of the final part of the final season Attack On Titan?
Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 3 Plot
Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 saw Eren Yeager finally activating rumbling after plotting a political coup d’etat with his Yeagerist to slaughter the rest of humanity for the residents of the Paradis island to live freely without anyone threatening to end them neither use the power of the Titans for their sake.
Fans saw this happening after the plan of the Yeager brother succeeded in both of them coming in contact with each other to use the power of the Founding Titan without the promise to never use the power of the founding titan to harm anyone. Using Zeke’s royal blood and Eren’s founding titan power, the former had planned euthanasia for the subjects of the Ymir to free the world from the powers of the Titan which would eventually result in the extinction of the subjects of Ymir.
However, Eren had to pretend to go along with Zeke’s ideology only to gain access to the Founder’s power to initiate his own plan of getting rid of humanity outside of Paradis Island. At the end of the part 2 of Attack On Titan Season 4 Eren was successful in doing so and has activated millions of Colossal titans from inside the walls standing to crush humanity to death.
Attack On Titan Season 4 part 3 will see the rumbling go on as Eren’s former allies, Armin, Mikasa, Levi, Reiner, Jean, Connie, Annie, Hange, and the other allies are planning to stop Eren from doing the genocide. In Attack On Titan Season 4 part 2 we saw the said characters initiating their plan to stop Eren even if it meant killing their own friends in the way.
Attack On Titan Season 4 part 3 episodes are going to be the last for this amazing series, and as it is moving on, fans will be looking at the rather fascinating ending.
Where To Watch Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 3 Episodes? Streaming Guide!
Attack On Titan Season 4 part 3 episode 1 subbed version was made available online on streaming platforms such as Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu after a few hours of the episodes’ premier on the NHK Japanese network on March 4th, 2023 at 00:25 hrs Japanse Standard Timing.
Attack On Titan Season 4 part 3 is divided into two parts in which the first part consisted of a single one-hour special episode that is available to stream on the said platforms but only the subbed version. Fans looking for the dubbed will have to wait for the announcement judging by the previous dub release of the anime, fans can expect the dub for the said episode to be released in the month of April 2023.
Whereas for part 2 of Attack On Titan Season 4 part 3 episodes will also be made available on the said platforms once it is released which is set to release in the fall of this year. If you truly cannot wait for the episode to be released then you can read the ending of the manga of Attack On Titan on Viz Media or Shuesia’s Shonen Jump application.