The fourth and final season of the most anticipated anime “Attack on Titan” or “Shingeki no Kyojin,” as it is known in Japan, is set to stream on streaming services later this year.
Anime streaming giants Crunchyroll and Funimation confirmed the news, witholding however, the exact release date.
“Let this be your grim reminder that the epic finale of the Attack on Titan anime is on the horizon,” Crunchyroll said on its website Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Funimation announced in a Twitter post Wednesday that the anime will stream “subbed and dubbed” on its streaming platform.
“Attack on Titan” is an anime series based on the best-selling manga series by Hajime Isayama.
The story is set in a world where last remnants of humanity were enforced to retreat behind the towering walls to escape the man-eating “titans” that roamed the land outside the walls.
Eren Yeager, with his comrades, vows to retake the world after a titan brought destruction to his hometown and killed his mother.
Season 3 ended as they discovered the truth about the titans and the terrifying secrets beyond the walls.
Although the manga is reportedly still ongoing, Isayama was purported to have said the anime series will cover the entire story.