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Attack on Titan final episode release time confirmed by Crunchyroll

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Attack on Titan character Mikasa flying through the air with rockets attached to her.
Image credit: Popverse/Crunchyroll

The end is almost near for Attack on Titan. After 10 years of epic battles, jaw-dropping twists and fist-pumping moments, the final episode of Attack on Titan is premiering this weekend. The final installment of the hit anime series will bring to a close the story of Eren Yeager and the Survey Corps, and decide the fate of humanity.

If you can't wait to tune in, Crunchyroll has confirmed the exact time the final episode of Attack on Titan will drop on its service, with the last ever episode set to debut in a matter of hours. And if that wasn't enough to get you hyped, a new trailer for the AoT finale has also been released, and it's been revealed exactly how long the last ever episode will be.

If you're clock watching until the ending of AoT, then we've rounded-up everything you need to know about the Attack on Titan final episode.

Attack on Titan final episode release time

It has been confirmed that the release time for the final episode of Attack on Titan is 5pm pacific time on Saturday 4 November 2023. The exact time the episode will drop was confirmed by Crunchyroll in the run-up to the finale's premiere.

Here's the times the AoT finale will be available on Crunchyroll in regions around the world:

Saturday 4 November

  • US (West Coast): 5pm PDT
  • US (East Coast): 8pm EDT

Sunday 5 November

  • UK: 12am GMT
  • Europe: 1pm CET

Attack on Titan final episode trailer

Ahead of the final episode of Attack on Titan airing, Crunchyroll also dropped a brand new trailer for the big finale. You can watch it below:

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What to expect from the Attack on Titan final episode

The Attack on Titan finale will wrap up the story that began in the very first episode of AoT, where monstrous titans breached the walls of Eren, Mikasa and Armin's homeland, turning their whole world upside down. To bring everything to a close, animation studio MAPPA has produced a feature-length episode of AoT. It's been confirmed the finale will have a runtime of 85 minutes.

The upcoming Attack on Titan finale will follow on from the events of the previous, hour-long episode which was released in March. That episode is officially titled 'The Final Chapters: Special 1' with the episode premiering this weekend called 'The Final Chapters: Special 2'.

Where to watch the Attack on Titan finale

Eren, Armin and Mikasa in the hit anime series Attack on Titan.
Image credit: Popverse/Crunchyroll

The final episode of Attack on Titan will be available to watch on Crunchyroll, and also on Hulu. To watch the AoT finale you will need to have a Crunchyroll Premium plan or a Hulu membership. Both services are priced from $7.99 a month and offer free trials to new members.

If you've not seen an episode of Attack on Titan before, and want to see what all the fuss is about, you can watch the first season entirely for free with ads on Crunchyroll. Simply head to the Attack on Titan page on Crunchyroll and select an episode from the first season to watch it ad-supported.

That's it for our guide to the Attack on Titan final episode. For more AoT content, check out our Attack on Titan watch order, or find out what the series creator Hajime Isayama had to say during his first-ever US appearance at Anime NYC last year. If you're into cosplay, we've also got a guide on how to cosplay as Mikasa Ackerman.

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