‘Attack on Titan’ Season 4 Part 3: When Will Episode 88 Air, and Where Can I Watch It?
It’s finally here: “Final Season Part 3,” the concluding episode of the Attack on Titan anime. The premiere of this season will be a special one-hour episode. Episode 88 is up next, and you can find out when and where you can watch it down below.
‘Attack on Titan’ Season 4 Part 3: Release Date, Time?
The newest information suggests that the worldwide premiere of Attack on Titan episode 88 will take place on March 3, while the Japanese premiere is set for the following day, March 4. The episode is scheduled to go live on Crunchyroll for Western audiences at around 10:25 a.m. PT / 1:25 p.m. ET / 3:25 p.m. GMT.
The episode has not yet been added to the service, though. The episode is often made accessible on the service within a few hours after its airing in Japan. Japanese audiences can catch the show on NHK General. In all likelihood, an English dub of the episode will be made available at a later date.
‘Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3: How to Watch?
New episodes of Attack on Titan are available to view on Crunchyroll and Funimation, although they charge a fee.
There appear to be only two episodes left before the conclusion of the series. The first was the hour-long special, and the second will be the second half of the Final Arc, which is scheduled for publication later in 2023. This means there are only a handful of episodes left for viewers to catch up and find out what happens to their favorite characters.
At this point, the “final season,” which began two and a half years ago, has shown 28 episodes, and there may be closer to 50 episodes by the time it’s all said and done. It means there are actually three seasons within the one we’re experiencing right now. I don’t know why they did it that way, but it’s one of the stranger choices in titles and premiere dates that I’ve seen in anime.
Cartoon Network’s anime has a history of trying new things when it comes to broadcasting. For instance, Demon Slayer has chosen the route of theatrical premieres for some episodes; after making half a billion dollars at the box office with the Mugen Train movie, the premiere of Season 3’s Swordsmith Village Arc will also be released in theatres. Meanwhile, Attack on Titan is airing its everlasting final season, and the show is as popular as ever despite the fact that the plot has taken some rather bizarre twists and turns in recent episodes. Many fans of the manga have been waiting impatiently for the series to finally reach its contentious conclusion, which will hopefully be published this fall.