Attack on Titan release time changed for Season 4 Part 2, Episode 12 (87)

The release time of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Episode 12 (87) will change in certain locations as fans count down to the end of the series.

We are only a few days away from the final episode of the fourth and final season of Attack on Titan, The Dawn of Humanity.

However, modern social media platforms can become a minefield for spoilers if you don’t watch the next episode of Attack on Titan as soon as it airs.

Given that the next installment will be the last ever to air from the series’ fourth season, it’s crucial that fans know exactly how long they need to play Crunchyroll, Funimation, or Hulu.

Now, we can confirm that Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2, Episode 12 will change its normal release time for audiences in certain international regions; Here is everything you want to know.

attack on titan | Final Season Part 2 Final Trailer | Crunchy Roll



attack on titan | Final Season Part 2 Final Trailer | Crunchy Roll





Attack on Titan Season 4 Finale (Episode 87) Release time changes

The final episode of Attack on Titan Season 4, Episode 87, was originally scheduled to air on Sunday, March 27y. Unfortunately, a decision has been made to suspend the scheduled broadcast in favor of a “special organization” event i.e. AnimeJapan 2022 which took place last weekend.

Attack on Titan Season 4, Part 2, Episode 12 is now scheduled to premiere domestically in Japan and via international broadcast partners on Sunday, April 3research and development.

While the last episode’s running time is expected to be extended all the time, many will be disappointed to learn that Episode 87’s duration is mentioned To be the usual 25 minutes in Japan.

However, the release time of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Episode 12 on Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu is already set to change in certain international locations.

This is because DST came into effect in many regions last Sunday, March 27yafter the change in the US earlier in the month.

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Episode 12 is out now at the following times, properly adjusted for summer savings:

  • Pacific Time: 1:45 PM PT
  • Central time: 3:45 p.m. CST
  • Eastern Time: 4:45 PM EST
  • British time: 9:45 PM GMT
  • European time: 10:45 PM CET
  • India Time: 2:15 AM India Time
  • Philippines Time: 4:45 AM Philippine Time
  • Australia time: 6:15am EST

The final episode of Season 4 will then air at the times shown starting Sunday, April 10y Free on Crunchyroll and Funimation.

The production crew for the end of the season has been revealed

As part of the promotional preparation for the next episode, the Japanese website for the anime series Attack on Titan,, has confirmed the main production team working on the finale of the fourth season.

The final episode will be directed by Hidekazu Hara, who has previously worked on the likes of Dorohidoro, My Hero Academia, Kakegurui, and The Promised Neverland (happily season one).

Hara is also responsible for the comics along with Kazuki Akane (Mobile Suit Gundam and Cowboy Bebop) and Yuichiro Hayashi (Dorohedoro, Kakegurui, and Inuyasha).

Screenplay by Hiroshi Seko (Mob Psycho 100, Jujutsu Kaisen, Vinland Saga).

His animation directors are Daisuke Niinuma (Detective Cona: Crimson Love Letter), Manabu Akita (Kakegurui and Gintama), and Hitoshi Yamaguchi (Vampire Hunter D).

The team was completed as the remaining animation directors were Mikine Kuwahara (MFKZ), Hiroko Komatsu (Food Wars), Wang Wei (Dororo) and Retsu Park (Idaten Deities Know Only Peace).

Fans fall for fake April Fools’ Day ads

Today is April Fools’ Day, and social media platforms from around the world have already become a minefield of false cartoon ads and supposed leaks.

We’ve seen two widely circulated publications so far claiming that a third installment of Season 4 of Attack on Titan has been confirmed by MAPPA, although there is no official word on the series’ future.

While the majority of fans are quick to criticize and call out any potential fake posts, misinformation can deceive anyone if the post appears legitimate. This includes using banners/images from official Twitter pages to make the news look like it came straight from a reputable source, while others use graphic translations from past ads to deceive fans.

You can find more information about the April Fools’ Day flyers here.

Written by Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]

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