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Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Episode 7: Release Date, Time, English Dub, and Where To Watch

By Kanishma Ray / February 14, 2022

Attack On Titan has been releasing an episode every week for the past month or so, which is frustrating, to say the least.

The last episode kept us on the edge of our seats with anticipation, and now that it's been about a day, all eyes are back on the horizon, waiting for the 7th episode.

Here's everything we know about the upcoming AOT episode, including the release date, time, plot, and more!

When Is Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Episode 7 Coming Out? 

The 7th episode of AOT's finale will premier on Sunday, February 20th, at 12:45 PM (Pacific Time). According to the preview in episode 6, the upcoming episode is titled "Sunset" and will largely focus on Anne Leonhart's return.

The episode will be available simultaneously to stream on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Funimation at 12:45 PM (PT). Here are the premier timings for other time zones! :

The episode will initially be released in Japanese (with English subtitles), while the dubbed version will only be available next month on Funimation (and later on Toonami).

The AOT dub premiered its first episode just yesterday (6 weeks after the Japanese release), and according to reports, it will only drop one episode every week. This puts it a month behind the regular schedule, hence the delay in catching up.

How Many Episodes Left In AOT Final Season?

According to reports, MAPPA Studios reported that Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 will be around 12 episodes long. Now that we're in 6 episodes, we have about five episodes left in the final season, give or take a few.

The manga had 33 chapters in this arc, of which 19 were animated into six episodes. The remaining 14 chapters shouldn't take more than 4/5 episodes, which is unfortunate because we could really do with more AOT content.

What Happens In AOT Season 4 Part 2 Episode 7?

WARNING!

Spoilers ahead for AOT final part episode 7 and manga chapter 125.

Following the unhardening of all titan armor, Annie reunites with Hitch and escapes the Stohess District. She sheds some light on her past and tells Hitch about her adoptive father and why she must return. Hitch worries that by the time she makes it home, all there will be left of it would be rumbles and corpses.

Annie And Hitch Leaving Stohess

In Shiganshina District, Jean, Mikasa, and the rest struggle to deal with the aftermath of the battle.

In a desperate attempt to earn Gabi's trust, Armin accompanies her to rescue Falco from Connie. Armin believes that Reiner and Pieck are still out there, and whether or not they agree to help him depends on how much Gabi trusts him.

Mikasa asks Armin what she's supposed to do and if Eren will be alright, to which Armin snaps and tells her that they are no longer in a place to worry about Eren. He immediately regrets it and apologizes to her. He confesses that he's overwhelmed by their helplessness, and that Erwin would've done a better job than he was doing.

Armin Snaps At Mikasa
Armin Tells Mikasa They're In No Position To Think About Eren

Somewhere else, Floch imprisons the Anti-Marleyen Volunteers to try and coerce them into joining hands with the Yeagerists. He tells them that he knew about Eren's true motives all along and that "that protecting their homelands is now a lost cause, but they will be welcomed as Eldians if they choose to fight for the sake of the island."

Levi And Hange Approach Pieck

Outside the city, Hange approaches Pieck and Theo Magath. When Pieck prepares to attack, Hange emphasizes that she's unharmed and that the Marleyens needn't worry about her companion since he's just a harmless man who refuses to die.



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