Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 2 May Get a Sequel

That was kind of a long title but, I did get the point of this article across pretty well. There has been a lot of speculation going on in the Attack on Titan community regarding a potential sequel to AoT Final Season part 2. Now I use the phrase “potential sequel” because this whole may just be wrong and even if we are right, we don’t exactly know what the sequel will be. Although a movie to end it all seems very logical, I personally don’t wanna jump on the hype train just yet. I will admit though, I love the idea of a final movie.

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I also have/had my doubts regarding this season but being the last, this Reddit post by u/Mazen141 solidified some of my views. So let’s take a look at all of the speculation currently going on in our Attack on Titan community. Let me first start by listing the reasons why I don’t think we will get another sequel and then I’ll follow those up by reasons why the sequel is very likely. Just remember that this is my personal take on things and I may be wrong.

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Why Attack on Titan: FS P2 probably won’t get a sequel?

  • We do not know for sure how long Attack on Titan FS P2 is going to be. Many sources claim that the season will be 12 episodes long but, there is no official announcement regarding this.
  • Even if the anime is just 12 episodes long, Mappa could easily just make the last episodes longer.

They may not sound very compelling but, these reasons are practical enough. As I said, I’d love to see an Attack on Titan Final Movie but, the skeptic inside me isn’t calming down. Well, here are the reasons why the sequel is very likely.

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Why Attack on Titan: FS P2 probably will get a sequel?

  • If the animeΒ isΒ in fact 12 episodes long and the episode length remains the same, the anime will only be able to cover up to chapter 131 or 132 out of 139 total.
  • Attack on Titan generally covers 1.3 to 1.5 chapters of the manga per episode and it has even come down to 1 chapter per episode in the past few episodes. They will have to adapt 18 chapters in 8 episodes if they want to end the series here…. and I don’t need to say, that will not be pretty.
  • This makes a sequel very likely. Why do we believe that the sequel will be a movie? well, because a movie would be great for both Mappa and us. They can expand more budget for a movie meaning better production quality in general and because they know that the movie will do really well given AoT’s Fandom; bringing in more money for Mappa in turn.

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This side of the argument is of course more compelling than the other side. As much as I’d love to see an Attack on Titan movie as I said, my opinion on a movie is sort of divided. While we do get awesome stuff in a movie, anime movies aren’t usually released in my country so I have to wait for a very long time before I get to see them unless they are also released on an OTT right after the theatres. This problem extends to a lot of fans and not just me but yeah, a movie will be awesome.


Well, that is all for now guys. This is all my personal take on the situation. Let me know what you think down in the comments. I’d like to end on a hopeful note so, I hope that Attack on Titan the movie releases worldwide so all of us fans can enjoy it. Watching AoT in a theatre would be like a dream come true for me and a lot of people so, make it happen Mappa! With that said, I will take my leave here. See ya!

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