The highly anticipated fourth season of Attack of the Giants was unveiled at the end of the final episode of Season 3 last year. But after a year and a half, there is only one trailer left and images produced by MAPPA, the new studio, replaced WIT for making the anime. Originally, All of this was planned for October 2020.

But not even two weeks after the possible broadcast, There was no official news about The Attack of the Giants. No data, no trailers, no information, so much so that there were already rumors of a postponement due to Covid and the change of studio. The removal of a text on the NHK website also appears to officially confirm The Attack of the Giants 4's postponement in 2021.

At this point, trying to develop a local opinion and understand when this highly anticipated season is arriving is a must. Among the many reasons for the postponement, in addition to the above, there could also be the end of the manga written by Hajime Isayama, which has not yet arrived. With the original work, which could end in early 2021, there could therefore be the accompanying start of the anime.

The position of the MAPPA study should also be assessed. Over the past few months, the group's animators have been pretty busy with different projects, releasing one per season: Dorohedoro, The God of High School, the next Jujutsu Kaisen. Only the latter, a potential hit, could have caused the Giants' attack and its manufacturing flaw.

Therefore, with the broadcast now secured in 2021, there is some chance of seeing The Attack of the Giants 4 starting January, even if the The safest departure date is April 2021, with the end of Jujutsu Kaisen and the beginning of the spring season. The anime is unlikely to slide any further considering that given the amount of customizable volumes, it also has to be of considerable duration.

All that remains is to wait for new information about The Attack of the Giants last season, perhaps with the Japanese talk show set to take place in mid-October.

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