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Mappa unveiled Attack on Titan: Last Season Part 3 key visual and 2023 release date

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Last Season Part 3

Mappa unveiled the brand new key visual for the anime series Attack on Titan for the last Season, Part 3 in the Special Event of Attack on Titan: Final Season in 2022. Part 1 of Attack on Titan: Final Season was released on December 7, 2020, by MAPPA, along with Part 2 of the season on February 13, 2022. 

The fans eagerly waited for Part 3 of the Final Season. Therefore, MAPPA organized a special event to announce the release date of Attack on Titan: Final Season Part 3 in the year 2023 very soon. MAPPA revealed a new key visual for the Attack on Titan: Last Season Part 3 on their Special Event, which is organized on November 13, 2022.

All About the Key Visuals of Attack of Titan Final season Part 3

The new key visual represents the Main protagonist, Eren Yeager, and his former friends, Mikasa, Armin, Connie, Jean, Levi, and Reiner, who are confronting Eren. The visual represents Eren as Titan, with his former friends swinging their swords at him in ODM gear.

All About the Release date of Attack on Titan: Final season part 3:-

According to the event report, the anime can be premiered in 2023, which means that Attack on Titan: Final Season Part 3 will be the anime’s last installment for the series, which will cover the entire arc of manga with this final season.

While the voice dubbing for the Shingeki no Kyoji: Last Season Part 3 is yet to start, the studio estimates that the premiere can be in 2023. Even though the official announcement for Attack on Titan: Final Season Part 3 is not revealed because its voice recording has yet to start, fans started estimating the anime’s release date for the year.

The fans had predicted that Part 3 of the Anime shall be released far into 2023, while on the other hand, many fans assumed that Part 3 is to be premiered in either the spring season or the summer of the year 2023. Most fans estimate that Part 3 will be premiered in Spring 2023 Because anime will have its 10th anniversary.

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