The official promo for episode 80 of Attack on Titan has been released online, and we now know when it will be available to watch around the world. It’s a tribute to the anime community that Attacks on Titan is still one of the largest shows in the world despite competition from novels like The Book of Boba Fett and Peacemaker.
In addition to the weekly dominance of trending sites, the massive anime series routinely crashes connected streaming platforms due to the sheer size of its fan base and the frequency with which its fans reload the page. Episode 80, commonly known as Episode 21 of Season 4 or Episode 5 of Season 4 Part 2, will debut internationally this week.
Attack on Titan Episode 80 Release Date and Time Confirmed
|Country||Release Date And Time|
|Japan||12:05 AM, February 7th|
|India||8:35 PM, February 7th|
|USA/Canada||10:10 AM, February 7th|
|UK||4:10 PM, February 7th|
|Europe||5:10 PM, February 7th|
On Sunday, February 6, 2022, fans all over the world will be able to see Episode 80 of Attack on Titan, which is also Episode 21 of Season 4. The following foreign airtimes will coincide with the premiere of the new episode on Crunchyroll, Funimation,
Episode 01: To You Who Lives 2000 Years Later
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and Hulu: Fans should be aware that the aforementioned release date only applies to the premiere of Attack on Titan Episode 80 for premium subscribers to the aforementioned streaming platforms. The debut of Episode 21 of Season 4 will take place at the specified timings on Sunday, February 12, 2022.
Streaming Attack on Titan Episode 80
Attack on Titan episodes is originally shown on NHK General TV in Japan before hitting other countries’ streaming services. For those who want to catch the latest episode of the anime before it airs in Japan, Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu all stream it simultaneously. Hulu’s free trial is the longest at 30 days, while both Crunchyroll and Funimation offer free 14-day trials.
New subscribers should expect to pay £7.99 per month on Crunchyroll, £4.99 per month on Funimation, and $6.99 per month on Hulu for their respective premium plans (available in North America only). Also, new episodes can be viewed on Netflix, but only in Asian regions; viewers in North America and Europe will have to look elsewhere.
Brief summary of Attack on Titan “Memories of the Future” Episode 79
Attack on Titan’s 79th episode, “Memories of the Future,” begins with Eren and Zeke exploring their father’s past. When Grisha finds the Imperial refuge a few years before the fall of Shiganshina, it complicates matters for Zeke, who is trying to convince Eren that he was indoctrinated by his father.
When Zeke and Eren were reminiscing about their father, Grisha woke up from her nap and seemed to know Zeke, even though they were only talking about a recollection from the past. The brothers witness several scenes from Eren’s upbringing, including Grisha’s arrival at the Royal family’s hiding and the subsequent execution of all of the family members.
Grisha continues by explaining that he can foresee what will happen since Attack Titan has a unique power that allows its owner to view the past and future memories of Attack Titan’s successors. Grisha had what looked like a mental breakdown, as she questioned whether or not she really wanted to kill the kids standing before her.
— Jake Vyper (@JakeVyper) January 1, 2022
But Eren accomplished the unthinkable by encouraging Grisha to massacre the family, shattering all concepts of time and having a direct impact on what is remembered. Grisha leaves the Church an emotional mess after witnessing Eren commit future atrocities and kill an entire family.
He looked up to see Zeke standing there, and this time he knelt to embrace his son, who was now beginning to understand the full extent of his father’s power. Eren is above Zeke when they return to The Paths after escaping their memories.
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Attack On Titan Season 4 Episode 80 Cast and Character
- Yûki Kaji portrays eren Jaeger.
- Marina Inoue performs Armin Arlert.
- Josh Grelle voices Armin Artlelt.
- Yui Ishikawa presents Mikasa Ackermann.
- Bryce Papenbrook features Eren Jaeger.
- Trina Nishimura represents Mikasa Ackermann.
Attack on Titan Episode 80 of Season 4
Rating: I can say confidently that the series is pretty nice if you’ve never seen it before and are wondering about its quality. The show has received generally positive reviews from critics and audiences alike, earning a 9/10 rating on IMDb and 95% on Rotten Tomatoes. This program has earned an automatic pass in my book. If you are on the fence about going, read reviews written by those who have seen it already.
Reviews: There can be no doubt that God was involved in the creation of this masterpiece. Superb animation, and I agree, I’m enjoying Season 4 so far. This is a classic that I’ve always enjoyed. I found myself looking forward to each new episode of the first three seasons.
because I think it’s an authentic original in so many ways. To my dismay, my interest in the show has waned in its last season. I find certain parts of the story in Season 4 to be tiring and uninteresting (for me). However, despite this, I still recommend this book.
Attack on Titan Episode 80 of Season 4 Trailer
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