The attack of the giants 4 It is one of the most anticipated productions of the moment, not only from the Eastern Front but also from the Western Front, as Hajime Isayama's masterpiece is very popular. But how is it possible that such a high-sounding title makes so little noise?

It is now less than a month until The Attack of the Giants 4's expected debut next December 7th. Since the release of the first trailer, the publicly released information has been doused with the eyedropper, and a few weeks after the first episode started, there are still many question marks. One of them is not just about the story, but about that of Study card and from the production committee. Indeed, it sounds particularly strange that such a popular series generates so little public hype.

As we know, the trailer that was shown a few months ago was also specially created for fans. In summary, the final product may not respond exactly to the quality expected from the promotional video. Anyway, insiders like it spy and other industry experts have already announced this MAP study It should still be able to broadcast an anime with an excellent technical sector, even if the compromises to get to that point fall on the shoulders of the staff and the animators.

Additionally, SPY recently tweeted an enigmatic post in which he revealed that, surprisingly, even he has no news of the final season of Attack of the Giants. However, he added a question to the tweet with a note of indirect confirmation that reads: "How would you react if there wasn't a Primary (trailer) until it airs?"

Which MAP won't release trailers until the anime's debut? The delays and silence over the title seem to confirm this indiscretion, but we just have to wait for the next few days to understand whether or not anything will change. As for you, what do you think of this strange policy instead? Let us know what you think about this with a comment below.


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