‘Attack Of Titan’ 4.81 Delay Confirmed

With the broadcast of episode 80 earlier this morning, Attack on Titan defied expectations. The Titans, as well as Eren and his brother, were all revealed in the latest release. Of course, the show’s cliffhanger has the entire Internet buzzing, with fans eagerly anticipating episode 81. However, a minor setback will affect the premiere of the new episode next week, Reports Comicbook.com.

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But, before you get too worked up, take some deep breaths! The delay for Episode 81 is only a few minutes, not hours or days. The Winter Games are to blame for the change, but Attack on Titan will premiere next Sunday nonetheless.

The update is now available on the official website of Attack on Titan. It was there that fans learned that episode 81 would be delayed by 20 minutes on NHK. This is due to coverage of the Winter Olympics, which are now taking place in China.

As a result of the scheduling adjustment, Attack on Titan will premiere its special installment on Feb 13th at 12:25 a.m. JST. It normally goes live soon after midnight in other parts of the world. There’s no news on how this postponement will affect Attack on Titan’s simulcast timetables, but fans should anticipate streaming providers to readily handle the change.

And if you haven’t seen Attack on Titan yet, we strongly advise you to do so right away. The series has released one of its greatest chapters to date, and it appears that our characters’ lives are going to alter drastically. Eren has taken on a new appearance, humanity’s barriers have crumbled, and the truth about our Titans has emerged. A new conflict looms in the future, and Armin and Mikasa will be the ones to confront it.

With the latest episode of Attack on Titan, the long-awaited and greatly anticipated Rumbling has finally arrived! Since the anime’s return earlier this year, it’s been building up to the major conclusion by dropping subtle hints as to what Eren Yeager has planned for the future. Eren has something dreadful planned for the future, as evidenced by his willingness to go to extremes to attain his new aims in earlier episodes of the season. But all became evident in the most recent episode when Eren fully released The Rumbling.