It's time for fans of Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 to rewatch and reflect on the series as a whole before the second season premieres.\nThe manga for Attack on Titan was finished early this year, but the anime is still gearing up for its big ending. The emotional response has been felt by fans of Mangaka Hajime Isayama, who have issued volumes for more than a decade since the manga ended its storyline in 2013. The dramatic series finale has been regarded as realistic, painful, and hopeful. It's exactly what veteran fans have been looking for, and the anime is sure to amplify this.\nThe Attack on Titan Final Season Part Two teaser, which was released by Funimation just recently, gives fans an official look at what's to come. It's going to be an action-packed, thought-provoking, and distressing ride in the second installment. For those who are eagerly awaiting this final season, here are the most important facts and figures.\n1. Attack of the Titans: The Complete First Episode\nAn attack on Titan follows a group of Scout Regiment members as they fight against Titans to save humanity from extinction. Season 4, also known as the Final Season Part One, began four years after the conclusion of Season 3 when the cheerful tone of the previous season had been supplanted by the harshness of war. There had been a lot of changes in the previous four years, as seen by the aging cast and the sudden appearance of new characters. The season opened with the Marley Arc, which drove the world of Attack on Titan into an even darker place and prompted the viewer to reconsider everything. As the series draws to a close, viewers may look back on previous seasons and see how everything ties together.\n\nA new level of stress was put on the Scouts in Season 4, as they were tested both physically and psychologically. Even when Eren was obsessed with rage and retribution, Mikasa and Armin broke down in tears and Armin screamed. Regardless of how depraved Eren's activities become, in his view he was always working for Paradis Island. For him, the fight for their freedom and his own was at the heart of all he did.\nThroughout the series, the walls serve as a metaphor for civilization and the pressures it places on people's free choices. In the next Final Season Part 2, the characters will be pushed to question how many of their decisions are genuinely their own, and how many are the result of another person's influence. Attack on Titan challenges the audience to rethink their assumptions about free choice. While confronting its darkest corners, it also forces viewers to examine the boundaries of freedom.\nEren's character has an interesting dichotomy, and questions of free will are very relevant to him. In light of humanity's current predicament, the audience was able to connect with his emotional outbursts right away. His transformation from the protagonist to a monster, however, has made him a more complex character than just the one who had to be defeated. That which once gave Eren the strength to battle has now turned against him.\n2. The Trailer and Release Date for the Final Season of Attack on Titan\nWhen Eren led the Wall Titans to slay individuals from the mainland in the Rumbling, his morality had become corrupted by his emotions. Adding insult to injury, Mikasa and Armin's final showdown left him appearing like a villain. Friends and foes alike have blurred the distinctions between good and wrong. Episode 76, titled "Judgement," is the first of a series of episodes that will force everyone to confront their pasts.\n\nFunimation will release the last season of Attack on Titan on January 9, 2022. Crunchyroll and Hulu will also have it accessible for viewing on-demand. According to the official teaser, the much-anticipated climax will be satisfactory.