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Attack on Titan: The Final Season Drops Thrilling Trailer on the Journey of Eren, Mikasa, and Armin

Attack on Titan’s final season is fast approaching and as much as everyone would want to watch it, such would only mean that the end is about to arrive and now, the show drops a thrilling trailer with a callback on the emotional journey taken by Eren, Mikasa, and Armin since the inception of the hit anime series.

In the promotional trailer for the final season of Attack on Titan posted on the official Twitter page of Crunchyroll, fans were given a trip down memory lane as the trailer shows Eren Jaeger, Mikasa Ackerman, and Armin Arlert from the time they met during their childhood, to their moments growing up side-by-side, to the very first time they encountered the titans in Shiganshina, and everything that followed.

Attack on Titan has been one of the most loved anime titles since its inception and many fans are excited to finally see how the show will be ending given that the original manga series of Hajime Isayama already closed its doors in early 2021. While it is exciting to see the grand finale of the show, such would also mean that fans and viewers should now start to bid goodbye to the beloved series.

Over the years, Attack on Titan has built a solid fanbase and its manga series’ end, although receiving mixed reactions, still remained to be a pillar in the industry, bringing fans into a well-justified closure and a heartfelt farewell to all.

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MAPPA’s anime adaptation gave rise to the title cementing its name into being a staple one in the whole anime industry and the studio released various teasers to ensure that fans and viewers remain excited for what is to come in the story of Attack on Titan.

The first episode for the final run of Attack on Titan is just around the corner as it will drop on January 9, 2022 on various streaming platforms such as Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu.

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