Attack on Titan Sound Director Shares Exciting Update on Final Episode

Credit: MAPPA

Credit: MAPPA

The wait for the second half of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 continues but we finally got a cool update from one of the anime's big bosses. Sound director Masafumi Mima shared some interesting news about Episode 89 and it has fans eager for more.

Masafumi Mima Shares New Update on Attack on Titan The Final Season Finale

Masafumi Mima has been the source of a lot of amazing updates on Attack on Titan Season 4. After all, the sound director is in charge of the music featured in the final season.

Mima's latest post confirms that he is still hard at work on Attack on Titan Episode 89. However, the sound director assures that the final episode of the anime is "65% done."

Although it sounds like slow work but Masafumi Mima is clearly making a lot of progress. Hopefully, we'll get a more promising update from the sound director in the next few weeks. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

Attack on Titan previously got a special panel at MAPPA Stage 2023 that was attended by Yuki Kaji, Yui Ishikawa, and Romi Park. During the panel, the new key visual for the second half of the Final Season's Part 3 was unveiled.

The key visual features a deceptively calm scenario. It shows a tiny cabin against a clear blue sky but with two Titan shadows looming in the foreground. The caption simply reads, "See you later, Eren."

Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 3 will adapt the final chapters of Hajime Isayama's manga. The first half was an hour-long feature split into two chapters that followed the Alliance as they tried to avoid the Rumbling and prevent the Colossal Titans from trampling the survivors of Liberio.

The second half has been confirmed to premiere in Fall 2023. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

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