Attack on Titan Finale Trailer Reveals Theme and Runtime

Attack on Titan Finale Theme Pieck

Attack on Titan Finale Theme Pieck

Attack on Titan’s long-awaited finale is finally airing this weekend. Ahead of its release, the Attack on Titan finale just got a new “Final Trailer” that revealed its theme song.

Along with the trailer, the final episode’s runtime has also been released. Calling it an episode may not be entirely accurate though, as the finale has a movie-length runtime.

The finale’s theme song is also an exciting one as it features the return of the iconic music group, Linked Horizon. This comes as a pleasant surprise, especially as The Final Season tapped different artists for its themes.

Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 4 Previews Linked Horizon Theme Song

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Attack on Titan is one of the most popular shows of the past decade, and it is finally concluding with Part 4 of the Final Season.

Confusingly, its official title is Attack on Titan Final Season The Final Chapters Part 2.

Whatever fans prefer to call it, what’s clear is that it will be the true last part of the season, with an afterparty already scheduled following its release.

As it’s the proper anime finale, the series brought back Linked Horizon, the music group that has been synonymous with the series.

You can listen to a preview of their new song, Nisen-nen... Moshiku wa.... Niman-nen ato no Kimi e (To You in 2,000... or... 20,000 Years From Now in English), here:

Linked Horizon being brought back is a nice treat for fans. After all, the group created iconic songs such as Guren no Yumiya and Shinzo wo Sasageyo.

The choice may come as a surprise to some though. After all, SiM has been MAPPA’s go-to band for The Final Season, with songs such as The Rumbling and Under The Tree.

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Attack on Titan Finale’s Official Runtime, Revealed

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Unlike the first two parts of The Final Season, Part 3 was an over-hour-long special. Based on the remaining source material, fans expected this to also be the case with Part 4.

These speculations have been confirmed recently as Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 4 has been revealed to have a runtime of 85 minutes.

The runtime was revealed on the show’s official X (formerly Twitter) account, though it’s not clear if this runtime refers to the broadcast with commercial breaks.

What is confirmed is that the Attack on Titan finale will air in Japan on NHK on November 4, 2023, at 24:00 (effectively November 5, at midnight JST).

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