There is no doubt the final season of the anime adaptation of the manga, written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama, Shingeki no Kyojin (attack on Titan), was the longest lately as it was expanded in several parts that made it seem infinite. But now there has finally been a sign of life for the franchise and now we know when the final farewell for the series will come.

This Tuesday, the Japanese TV station NHK announced the third and final part (now yes) for the anime Shingeki no Kyojin: The Final Season is divided into two parts. The first part will be released on March 3rd in Japan via a special broadcast. The second part will also be broadcast this year 2023 but has no official release date for the time being.

It is worth noting that the number of episodes that each part will have has not been confirmed, and this detail is very important since given the manga's few adjustments, it is difficult to imagine how the content will be distributed in each half.

The final season's anime adaptation has accumulated a total of twenty-eight episodes to date, sixteen of which aired in the season Winter 2021 (January-March) and the other twelve exhibited in Winter 2022 (January-March). For his part, Isayama started publishing the manga in the magazine Bessatsu Shonen Magazine from the publisher kodansha in September 2009 and completed it in April 2021, the work being compiled into thirty-four volumes in all.

Summary of Shingeki no Kyojin: The Final Season

Gabi Braun and Falco Grice have trained their entire lives to inherit one of the Seven Titans under Marley's control and help their nation wipe out the Eldians on Paradis. But just when everything seems fine for the two cadets, their peace is suddenly shattered by the arrival of Eren Yeager and the remaining members of the Recon Corps. After finally making it down to the Yeager family's basement and learning about the dark history surrounding the Titans, the Recon Corps has finally found the answer they've been fighting so desperately for. With the truth in their hands, the group made their way to the world beyond the walls. In this final season, two vastly different worlds collide as each side pursues their own agenda to achieve the long-awaited conclusion to Paradis' struggle for freedom.

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