Attack On Titan Season 4 studio change teased by WIT’s George Wada at Crunchyroll Expo 2019? "If there’s an opportunity" to Shingeki no Kyojin Season 409/03/2019
The Attack on Titan Season 4 anime is probably be one the most anticipated anime sequels of 2020, but that announcement is sullied by the rumor that animation studio WIT Studio might be quitting the production of Shingeki no Kyojin Season 4.
The topic apparently came up when WIT Studio President and CEO George Wada was interviewed during a studio panel at Crunchyroll Expo 2019. In addition to being a producer for the Attack On Titan anime series, Wada has produced Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress and The Ancient Magus Bride. Director Hiro Kaburagi, manga artist Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, and scriptwriter Ryota Kosawa also attended the panel.
During the panel, Wada was directly asked, “Opinions on possible Season 4 of Attack On Titan?” In response, Wada simply said, “If there’s an opportunity.”
Both the question and the response have greatly confused anime fans. How can Attack on Titan Season 4 merely be “possible” when it’s already been announced to be releasing in the fall of 2020? What opportunity is Wada talking about?
The reason that the question was even asked is due to rumors that have been flying around since May 2019. A Chinese freelance animator (pretty much the majority of all Japanese anime are produced by freelancers) ignited controversy when he suggested that the finale episode of AoT’s third season would be the “final season” for the studio.
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