12:15 PM EDT 4/21/2017
Good news AOT fans; the latest episode of "Attack on Titan" Season 2 will be premiering this weekend featuring the bloody battle against titans in Utgard Castle. That said, the epic battle will also pave the way for the anime to unveil its newest character, the dancing titan. It can be recalled that the Survey Corps are on their way to Utgard Castle to save other soldiers, and because of the bloody battle, chaos would allegedly cause Reiner to remember an unwanted childhood memory.
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Entitled as "Soldier," Comic Book reports that the preview for "Attack on Titan" Season 2 Episode 4 has reportedly been centered on Reiner Braun and his past. Despite the idea of him being an expected skilled soldier, his intentions of saving his comrades from the titans' attack, it looks like he has been more injured as compared to the rest. Following the yet another epic battle, Reiner will see himself challenged by a Titan after the soldier suddenly flashes back to a childhood trauma.
Meanwhile, as per Attack On Titan Wiki, during the entire face-off, Ymir has allegedly revealed her true identity of being a Dancing Titan, whom Reiner and Bertolt have then recognized. It was found that Ymir has obtained her power as a titan shifter when she slew and ate Reiner's childhood friend, Marcel. As it turns out, Marcel, alongside with Reiner, Bertolt, and Annie were all novice soldiers propelled to penetrate and attack Paradis in the years that passed. With that, many of the anime's fans expect that "Attack on Titan" Season 2 will once again create a huge uproar to the anime community.
Ultimately, "Attack on Titan" season 2 episode 4 is set to air on Saturday, April 22 in various broadcasting networks in Japan and can also be streamed online. As of the press time, further details of the episode are yet to be revealed in the actual airing of the anime, so be sure to be updated by checking the freshest anime news here on Celebeat.
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