The Attack on Titan season, episode 1 launch date is currently December 6 in the US and UK and December 7 in Japan.
Why the difference in date? It is all down to time zones. The season 4 premiere on Japanese broadcast tv at 00:10 am Japan Standard Time.
For the US, that means the Strike Titan season 4 air time is 7:10 am Pacific/10:10’m Eastern about the morning Sunday, December 6.
In the united kingdom, that translates to 3:10 pm GMT.
According to Funimation, you will be able to watch the subbed episodes”day and date” via the streaming service. So, at the very least expect a December 6 release date for Western consumption, even if the rollout is a little slow.
Crunchyroll, meanwhile, still has a launch window “after this year.” Stay tuned for more on that front as the week progress.
Attack on Titan season 4 release
The Strike on Titan year 4 release schedule hasn’t been formally confirmed yet – which is bothersome. The premiere is coming this Sunday and Twitter user Spytrue – who has been on the money with insider advice and revealed that the year 4 trailer will be coming just days before its launch – tweeted in November that the current run is set for 16 episodes.
It is unclear whether that is for the first part of season 4 or the entire batch of Closing Season episodes (Attack on Titan season 3 has been split in 2 and aired across a few months) But when it’s true, it means we will be getting a new Attack on Titan season 4 episode every Sunday until a string finale or even mid-season finale on March 21, 2021. We’ll update as we find more, so keep this page bookmarked and check back regularly.
Attack on Titan isn’t the only major show airing in December. Find out when another Mando episode drops together with The Mandalorian year 2 launch schedule.