‘Attack On Titan’ S4 EP 23 Release Time Surfaces; Annie Awakens From Her Slumber

The Sunday program of ”Demon Slayer” and ”Attack on Titan” has ruled the anime industry for the past few weeks. When would ”Attack on Titan” episode 82 which is season 4 and episode 23rd of the anime be available for viewing on Funimation and Crunchyroll around the world?

With ”Demon Slayer’s” spectacular second-season finale aired last Sunday, it’s up to Eren and the Scouts to physically and metaphorically take over the world. Fans are eagerly anticipating the next portion of the massive anime after yet another fantastic show last week, which culminated in Annie getting awoken from her hibernation inside the Titan-made crystal, reports Hitc.com.

The Release Date And Time

On Sunday, February 20th, 2022, ”Attack on Titan” episode 82 will air.

From the key international times, the new show will be available for expert services on Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Funimation:

12:45 p.m. Pacific Standard Time
2:45 p.m. Central Standard Time
3:45 p.m. Eastern Standard Time
8:45 p.m. GMT (British Time)
9:45 p.m. CET – European Time
2:15 a.m. IST (Indian Standard Time)
4:45 a.m. Philippine Standard Time (PHT)

The original teaser trailer for ”Attack on Titan” episode 82 (S4 ep 23) has indeed been released online by fans, and you can watch that below.

The site also revealed that Mitsue Yamazaki will produce and design the new episode, with Hiroshi Seko handling the script.

The Delay

Unfortunately, the last episode of the ”Attack on Titan” anime will be postponed by one week, as reported this week. The planned transmission of episode 87 (S4 ep 28) will be canceled due to a “special organization event,” according to Shingeki. tv.

The great news is that the revised launch date has been announced, with episode 87 premiering on April 3rd instead of March 27th.

Surprisingly, there are rumors shared on social media that the delay is due to the ”Attack on Titan” franchise’s final anime film being planned. It’s because some people in the community are skeptical that all of the final manga sections will be turned into anime episodes.

While ”Attack on Titan” is the climax of every animation fan’s Sunday agenda, the Super Bowl sports match in the United States dominated last week’s social media platforms.