Attack on Titan wrapped up the second part of the fourth and final season earlier this year, but fans who have been keeping track of the English dub release finally got to the massive cliffhanger as of the latest release! The second part’s run had fans questioning whether or not the anime would somehow get all of Hajime Isayama’s original manga finale into its batch of episodes, and it was soon made clear that this would be the case as there were plans in place to continue with new episodes next year. This meant the anime went out with the biggest cliffhanger yet.

With Attack on Titan: Final Season preparing to return next year with Part 3 of its run (which will presumably be the true finale for the anime franchise overall), the second part went out with one of the most intense cliffhangers in the series yet. As Eren Yeager continued to unleash the Rumbling on the rest of the world, the final moments of the finale saw this mass of Titan power reach the shores of a neighboring country and teased just how strong it really was. This was the case for the English dub for the anime as well, and you can check it out below as spotted by @AoTWiki on Twitter:

The Attack Titan (English Dub) pic.twitter.com/sSLkz1i3Rv

— Attack on Titan Wiki (@AoTWiki) May 2, 2022

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The final moments of Episode 87 of the anime teased just how much destruction the Rumbling will truly cause. Fans had been teased over the course of the second part that this trampling would indeed destroy the world outside of the island of Paradis as Eren seeks full annihilation. The second part of the final season began Eren’s turn into the main antagonist after revealing that his Attack Titan power actually gave him a full look into both his past and future, and thus the Rumbling is his final thrust towards the true “freedom” he’s now seeking.

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With Part 3 of Attack on Titan: Final Season releasing some time next year (and has yet to set any concrete release of production information as of this writing), now fans of the English dub are unfortunately waiting alongside many others for the next stage of the franchise’s grand finale. But what do you think? How did you like the English dubbed release for Part 2 of Attack on Titan‘s Final Season? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!