Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 Previewed in 3 Major Japanese Cities

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Attack on Titan: The Final Season is finally returning this week and fans in Japan are in for a special treat. The upcoming episodes of Season 4 Part 2 are going to be previewed in three major Japanese cities so people could get a glimpse at what to look forward to when the anime returns this Sunday!

The official Attack on Titan website confirms that the anime's staff has been erecting art installations for the Final Season until January 9 at Tokyu Dogenzaka Happy Board in Shibuya and Tokyo Metro/Shinjuku Metro Super Premium Set in Tokyo. There will also be installations at the JR West/Osaka Station Sakurabashi Avenue in Osaka and the JR Tokai/Nagoya Wide Wall in Nagoya.

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But what can fans expect to see at these locations? The Attack on Titan installations will reportedly show keyframes, designs, and production storyboards for the first five episodes of The Final Season Part 2. The giant wall installations in Tokyo are reportedly about 7 by 74 feet and should prove to be something to truly behold.

This is great news for fans who are based in Japan since it's the perfect way to hype up the return of The Final Season. However, overseas fans will have to wait until Sunday for the premiere of Attack on Titan Episode 76.

The second part of Attack on Titan Season 4 is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated events in 2022. Although it was confirmed back in March that the Final Season will continue with Part 2, it wasn't until later this year that Episode 76 was given an official release date. Luckily, we only have to wait a few more days before seeing the epic rematch between Eren Jaeger and Reiner Braun.

Attack on Titan Episode 76 is titled Judgement ("Danzai") and is scheduled to premiere on Sunday, January 9, 2022.

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