Attack on Titan Fans Thank MAPPA For Action-Packed Hange Moment in Season 4 Part 3 Premiere

It has been a long wait but Attack on Titan Episode 88 is finally here. Not surprisingly, the first episode for The Final Season Part 3 is a long one and it has proven to be truly worth the wait. Fans are celebrating the anime's return and congratulating MAPPA for giving Hange Zoe a truly epic moment in Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3.

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3: Hange's Epic Final Stand

In Attack on Titan Episode 88, the alliance between the scouts and warriors manage to arrive on Odiha and quickly work to service the flying boat. Just as they are about to take off, the injured Floch emerges from under their ship and damages the hull before being killed by Mikasa. The group has to fix the hull just as the Rumbling arrives and Hange sacrifices themself to buy the alliance enough time to escape.

It was a heartbreaking yet awesome sequence as Hange proved their true badass self, taking on several Colossal Titans at the same time. Needless to say, Attack on Titan fans loved every second of it and are thanking MAPPA for giving Hange their moment to shine.

Attack on Titan Episode 88 was split into two chapters with the first one concluding with Hange's sacrifice. The second chapter titled Sinners followed the warriors' parents as they escape to Fort Salta just in time to see Marleyan airships launching an assault on Eren Jaeger and the Colossal Titans. However, the Beast Titan reemerged to destroy the airships.

But all is not lost as the Alliance arrives to take on the Beast Titan in an effort to defeat Eren's Doomsday Titan.

When Is Attack on Titan Episode 89 Release Date?

The second part of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 has not yet been given an official release date but is set to premiere in Fall 2023.

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