Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 4: Release Date, Dub, Trailer, and Episode Count

When will the Attack on Titan dub be available?

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 4 English Dub Release
Image: MAPPA

The highly anticipated Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 4 is finally out. Seeing The Rumbling as the only way for his friends to live happily, Eren put his plan into motion. But while the subs are available already, when is the Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 4 English dub release date?

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Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 4 English Dub Release Date

The final episode, Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 4 aka The Final Chapters Special 2 aired on November 4, 2023. This was the epic conclusion to Eren Yeager’s saga, and English dub fans will be able to watch Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 4 on Sunday, January 7, 2023. Special 2’s English dub will be available on Crunchyroll at 9:00 PM PT / 12:00 AM ET.

Attack on Titan: The Final Chapters Special 2
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Attack on Titan the Final Season Part 3 Release Date

The first part of Attack on Titan, the Final Season Part 3, was released on March 3, 2023. Over 8 months later, we also finally got the conclusive series finale, to the bittersweet elation of the fans.

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Attack on Titan: The Final Chapters Special 2 Release Date

The second part, named Attack on Titan: The Final Chapters Special 2 aired its English-subbed version at 5 PM PST / 8 PM EST on Saturday, November 4, 2023, for most fans worldwide.

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Attack on Titan The Final Chapters Special 2 Dub Cast

We have the most up-to-date cast list for the voice actors returning in this final season. Though it’s not much, we know the English voice actors are going to perform well when Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 does finally come out.

  • Bryce Papenbrook as Eren Jaeger
  • Trina Nishimura as Mikasa Ackermann
  • Jessie James Grelle as Armin Arlelt
  • Mike McFarland as Jean Kirstein
  • Jessica Calvello as Hanji Zoë
  • Matthew Mercer as Levi Ackerman
  • Robert McCollum as Reiner Braun
  • Lauren Landa as Annie Leonhart
  • Jason Liebrecht as Zeke Jaeger
  • Clifford Chapin as Conny Springer
  • Zeno Robinson as Onyankopon
  • Amber Lee Connors as Pieck Finger
  • Lindsay Seidel as Gabi Braun
  • Bryson Baugus as Falco Grice

If you want the mysteries solved now, switching to subs is a good option. When Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 was released on March 3, 2023, only the subbed version was available. However, the dub was finally released 6 months later in September. Fans can be excited for additional dubs released the same day for Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 4 in Spanish, Portuguese, and German dubs. More updates to follow once official communication has been released about the Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 English dub release time by official parties, so stay tuned!

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 4 Trailer

Here is the official trailer for Attack on Titan the Final Season Part 4:

The newest 30-second trailer for Attack on Titan Season 3 Part 4 highlights Mikasa and Armin’s attempt to stop Eren from causing more chaos. The trailer features glimpses of scenes from what seems to be the showdown at Fort Salta, where we left off in the previous special. The most captivating image is of Mikasa, who has wings like an angel. Is this simply symbolism or something more significant?

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode Count

The Attack on Titan Final Season will have two hour-long episodes. The first episode was released on March 3, 2023, while the second part was announced for Fall 2023 after the official trailer was dropped. Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 adapted Chapters 131-134. There are only five manga chapters left to adapt, which means Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 4 will most likely have ample time to cover these chapters within the hour timeframe again.

Closing Thoughts on the AoT Finale

I’ve made it no secret that I found the manga to be somewhat lacking when compared to the anime. This isn’t always the case, as series like Berserk and many other manga are brilliant when put to the page, with their anime often falling short. But the cinematic execution of this finale, the music, the fiery voice acting, and the emotional storytelling are burned into my brain for this finale.

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From Eren’s harrowing lament within his causality loop about how he will never get to truly be with Mikasa, to Levi’s powerful emotional tribute to his fallen comrades as their visages faded, the anime felt superior here. So many of these scenes were in the manga, but with cases like Mikasa’s ghoulish kiss sending Eren off into the afterlife, it feels perfunctory when seeing it in the manga. The movie-length finale was stirring, and deeply sad.

Closing Thoughts on the Attack on Titan Anime

This feels like the end of an era, closing the book on the era that got me back into anime as a fan. Attack on Titan was initially animated by WIT Studio, and then by MAPPA, two anime studios renowned for their exceptional quality. The series continued to blow my mind when put on the screen. However, it was in the years between Seasons 1 and 2 of the anime that I initially lost interest in the series, and my passion for the medium began to fade once more.

However, it had a hell of a comeback as the series progressed toward its epic conclusion, it’s been flanked by brilliant releases seemingly every year. Anime has come a long way even in the past decade, where countless new series are seen as potentially “the next big thing” and we have Attack on Titan to thank. I’ve since latched onto tons of new series and will likely never let go as the medium has claimed me as a lifelong fanboy.

Fans can look forward to other brilliant series from other studios like Oshi no Ko, Vinland Saga, and more. But the anime that put the medium arguably into its strongest position as a mainstream fandom was Attack on Titan, and we should never forget its legacy of quality and its fervent fanbase that kept it alive and thriving for a decade.

- This article was updated on December 11th, 2023

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