AS THE DECLINE OF SHINGEKI NO KYOJIN’S FINAL SEASON APPROACHES RUMORS OF ITS CONTINUATION RISE. FIND OUT THE DETAILS
Since the final season of Shingeki no Kyojin there have been rumors that it will not cover everything that includes the final stretch of Hajime Isayama’s manga.
For anyone who follows the story, which is not over yet, it is clear that with the number of episodes scheduled – 16 apparently – it was practically impossible. That is unless much of the plot was cut, something that clashes with what was said a few months ago.
NOT ENOUGH EPISODES TO ADAPT SHINGEKI NO KYOJIN
According to the producers in charge, their intention is to adapt Isayama’s work 100%. It is a commitment that everyone involved has made. So what comes after the last scheduled episode?
This is when it comes down to the realm of speculation. In a certain document shared on Twitter, the anime’s sound director, Masafumi Mima, revealed that he was preparing the sound section for the first part of the season.
That suggests that there will be another wave of Shingeki no Kyojin episodes. Now, an insider, @Dacsubs, stated through the aforementioned social network something about the continuation.
This person pointed out “Attack on Titan The Final Season will not feature the Paths arc and WFP, they will be adapted in the sequel to be announced soon.” This would not have anything unusual, and in fact, many fans were surely expecting something like that.
CONTINUATION SHOULD NOT TAKE LONG TO BE ANNOUNCED
The story mentioned before, and that we will not mention what it is about, cannot be adapted in a few episodes. Something similar happened before, when Season 3 of the series was divided into two parts.
So the series may end and its continuation will be announced not long after. According to some, what was seen in the trailer created by MAPPA is exactly what this part of the animated adaptation will cover, and it appears to be so.
At least 90%. Now, many hope that the continuation of Shingeki no Kyojin will be in the form of a television anime. That would be the ideal, although it cannot be ruled out that movies are used.
That is the least desirable option, and the reason is how long it takes to locate them. They would first be exhibited in Japan, and would take months to reach the West. Simulcast or simulcast is preferred by most fans.