attack on titan season 4 episode 28

Attack On Titan Season 4 Episode 28 Release Date Countdown, Synopsis & Recap


The conclusion of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 is rapidly approaching. The English subtitles for Episode 87, also known as Season 4 Episode 28, will be released on Sunday, April 3, 2022, in the late afternoon. This episode, titled “Dawn of Humanity,” will conclude the second half of Season 4, and it is expected to contain some shocking revelations before the show goes on a long hiatus. In order to assist you in getting ready for the new episode, we’ve included a countdown in the text below.

Attack On Titan Season 4 Episode 28 Release Date

Dawn of Humanity’ is the title of the 28th episode of Attack on Titan Season 4 (also known as Episode 87, or “Dawn of Humanity”), which will air on Sunday, April 3 at 4:45 p.m. Eastern (3:45 p.m. Central/1:45 p.m. Pacific/2:45 p.m. Mountain). In Honolulu, Hawaii, that will be at 10:45 a.m. on Sunday. In Anchorage, Alaska, that will be at 12:45 p.m. on Sunday. Due to Daylight Savings Time, this episode will be released at the same time as the previous episode, but an hour later than the previous weeks’ episodes.

Attack On Titan Season 4 Episode 28 Release Date
Attack On Titan Season 4 Episode 28 Release Date

In an interview with Post Apocalyptic Media, representatives from Funimation and Crunchyroll confirmed the time. Hulu will also be releasing the episode at the same time on its streaming service, which is currently unavailable.

Attack On Titan Season 4 Review of Last week Episodes

It didn’t go into great depth about the Titans’ lore in the most recent episode, “Retrospective,” which aired two weeks ago, but it did contain some of the most beautiful (and haunting) animation sequences seen so far in the series. The battle lasts for the majority of the episode, and it serves as a chilling reminder of just how haunting and horrific war can be at its most brutal.

After years of fighting alongside Mikasa, Armin, Erwin, Levi, and others, the Jaegerists have developed a stronger sense of self-awareness and fortitude. Nonetheless, they are no match for Pieck, Annie, Reiner and the other Titans in the long run. It’s heartbreaking to see what Paradis has become, and to see former friends now at odds with one another, fighting to the bitter end.

The Rumbling, on the other hand, is moving quickly. Liberio will already be destroyed by the time they are able to board the Hizuru boat and depart from the island. They intend to drag the boat to the mainland and repair it there in order to save time, as they can only hold out against the Jaegerists for a limited amount of time on the island.

One of the people who died in this episode was Floch, who was yet another victim of Gabi’s incredible sharpshooting abilities. He believed he was sacrificing himself in order to save Paradis, but it was not meant to happen.

Falco’s transformation into a different person was one of the most compelling (and intriguing) aspects of the episode. Even though he knew it was against his better judgment (first transformations can be difficult), Pieck was determined to save his comrades and get right back into the fight. He was particularly powerful in his Jaw Titan form, which, interestingly enough, had a bird-like appearance. However, he ended up attacking Pieck in a rage, which was reminiscent of some of the rages that Eren found himself caught up in early on in his transformation into a werewolf. Magath was the one who had to cut him out of the way and save him.

In the end, it was Magath and Shadis who were responsible for saving the group. The crew set sail, and Magath remained behind, ready to detonate a nuclear device on the only boat that could catch up with them. Shadis, who had already detonated a bomb on the train tracks, came to his aid. He is a hero who will go unnoticed because no one will ever know what he did at the end of the day.

As the episode comes to a close, Annie confronts Mikasa once more about whether or not she will be able to kill Eren — or, at the very least, whether or not she will be able to prevent Annie from doing the same. It’s not entirely clear where Mikasa will end up when (or if) the time comes for him to return. Annie is fed up with killing people, including Eren, and is eager for the battles to be over as soon as possible.

It was a hauntingly beautiful episode, and it served as the perfect lead-in to the Season 4 Part 2 finale, which will air next week.

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