“Attack on Titan” Season 2 Episode 11 will focus on the attempts of the Commander Erwin Smith to save humanity from vanishing completely. Also, check update on the 3DS version of the game and streaming of the episodes.
The upcoming “Attack on Titan” Season 2 Episode 11 titled “Charge. After the eventful Children” is surely going to be epic and ominous. The trailer reveals that as the battle intensifies it becomes difficult to differentiate between the allies and the foes, reports Korea Portal.
Erwin To Execute Do Or Die Strategy
Now, it is time for the Commander Erwin to take some action and stop the bloodshed to save humanity. The preview of the upcoming episode reveals that the soldiers are dying very quickly and hence Erwin do not have any other option but to plan a do or die strategy and execute it in the “Attack on Titan” Season 2 Episode 11.
Fans are speculating that Mikasa might step up to help Erwin and play a decisive role in the battle between the humans and Titans. The speculations triggered off after the release of the preview that showed Mikasa getting angry at Bertholdt, Annie and Reiner and hence either of them may perish in the upcoming episode.
According to the fans, the preview shows that the battle in the “Attack on Titan” Season 2 Episode 11 looks more intensified in the anime as compared to the original manga sketch. The previous episode confirmed the theory that the Titans came from humans by showing the backstory of Ymir.
This revelation has given a new dimension to the existence of Titans who until now were looked upon as villains of the anime show. The upcoming “Attack on Titan” Season 2 Episode 11 will stream via Funimation and Crunchyroll.
‘Attack on Titan’ Season 2 3DS Game Update
According to Crunchyroll, Spike Chunsoft recently revealed that they are introducing “Attack on Titan 2: Future Coordinates” via Nintendo 3DS. The producer even released a 30-second spot recently that shows many similarities to the current Season 2 show.
“Attack on Titan 2: Future Coordinates” 3DS will hit Japan in 2017.