The talks are now on for Attack on Titan Season 4. The anime is now on its final season, and people behind the scenes are now revealing more details about it.
Attack on Titan Season 4 is mostly focusing on the Marley soldiers that make fans wonder the extent of the manga storyline the anime is about to feature. Also, viewers are now dying to know when they will finally see Eren’s return.
The Survey Corps’ coming in Marley
The Survey Corps’ final battle has officially begun. However, this group has yet to arrive in Marley after their defeat in the previous season.
Judging on the new season’s trailer, Eren, Mikasa, Armin, and the rest of the group will soon make the Eldians feel their presence in their nation.
Now, Twitter user Attack on Fans revealed Attack on Titan Season 4 would be following the manga series’s story. It will also adapt some of its “factoids,” Comicbook noted.
“Interesting facts revealed in this talk,” the tweet read. “Falco’s hallucination in episode 60 was a request by Hajime Isayama.”
It also added that not all Titans would be CGI-made.
“According to Yuichiro Hayashi, people will love Reiner after episode 62,” the post continued. “The whole story of AOT will be adapted to the end.”
Attack on Titan Final Season Episode 62 – The Door of Hope
— Crunchyroll (@Crunchyroll) December 20, 2020
Eren’s much-awaited appearance
Also, Attack on Titan Season 4 is about to drop its fourth episode, but fans have yet to see Eren.
Will viewers soon see the former Survey Corps member?
Some of the series’ promotional materials have been teasing Eren’s appearance. However, when he returns on the small screen, fans are about to see a different him.
In an interview with Comicbook, the voice behind the character’s English dub, Bryce Papenbrook, revealed Eren’s “unusual growth.”
“Well, it’s going to be interesting,” he said. “I’m thinking, and I’m not sure that Eren has gone through some growth.”
Eren was quite different, bearing calmer energy compared to the last time fans saw him. He seemed to be more mature now.
Papenbrook described Eren as a “screamy and angsty teenager that just wants to go out and destroy everything and is angry.”
“It’s like this new, more mature Eren, and I don’t know what that’s going to lead into,” he explained.
However, he didn’t deny that Eren has entirely changed.
“I’m very interested to see, especially the growth here in this final season, what that is going to be,” Papenbrook continued. “We’ll have to wait and see. I’m, again, just so excited to dig in and live in that role.”
It looks like all fans have to wait for Eren’s appearance and the Survey Corps’ arrival in Marley in Attack on Titan Season 4.
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