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Attack on Titan fans should expect streaming crashes for the Season 4 finale

Attack on Titans fans are gearing up for the Season 4 finale, but should we expect streaming crashes on Crunchyroll and Funimation when Episode 87 releases?

Attack on Titan remains one of the biggest and most popular animes in the world. As we get closer to the Season 4 finale, fans are dying to know what Episode 87, The Dawn of Humanity will have in store.

However, the countdown and premiere of the grand season finale will likely come with fear and frustration from many fans around the world due to falls.

While internet or device crashes can be attributed to where and how individual users are watching anime, the big concern is that the streaming platforms themselves will suffer from the excessive number of users when the Attack on Titan season 4 finale launches.

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Where to Stream Attack on Titan S4 Finale?

The season four finale of Attack on Titan will first air on Japanese television network NHK General. The anime will then be simulcast for international fans across the Crunchyroll, Funimation and Hulu platforms, ie simultaneously aired on the same day.

Both Crunchyroll and Funimation are offering a 14-day free trial of their premium service, with Episode 87 releasing for free starting Sunday, April 10thth. crunchy rolls The premium service starts at £6.50 per month and goes up to £7.99 per month if you want to watch your favorite anime offline.

fun subscription will cost £4.99 per month, but as we broke down in a recent article, fans are being advised to cancel their subscription following the Crunchyroll merger.

Hulu offers a 30-day free trial platformwith a subscription package calculation $6.99 for ad-supported streaming and only $12.99 per month with no ads, but is only available in North America.

Attack on Titan fans should expect crashes for Episode 87

Crunchyroll and Funimation in particular have had issues in the past with large numbers of viewers trying to access the latest anime series through their servers at the same time.

This winter alone, both platforms have crashed multiple times moment when episodes of Demon Slayer and Attack on Titan were released for online streaming.

Unfortunately, given the sheer number of fans who will be updating the Attack on Titan page for the Season 4 finale this weekend, viewers should be aware that more crashes may occur.

To be fair to both platforms, their servers have been fairly consistent over the past few weeks, with very few reports of crashes being shared online.

However, the season 4 finale is expected to be watched by more fans than any episode on the entire winter roster, meaning the servers will understandably be running at 110%.

The good news is that whenever Crunchyroll or Funimation crashed due to a specific simulcast title, the support team fixed the issues very quickly.

So if you experience a crashing website for Attack on Titan on Crunchyroll or Funimation, you can refresh your cache and refresh the page.

Alternatively, just wait; The longest crash we’ve seen on Crunchyroll was during the finale of Attack on Titan season 4 part one last year, when the site was down for about 15 minutes.

What to do if the subtitles are delayed?

A recurring problem on the streaming platforms in question was subtitle lag. This is not the case when episodes are released with no English subtitles at all, but when the subtitles are delayed by a few seconds and miss the intended on-screen dialogue.

The delayed subtitles have mostly affected those watching Crunchyroll’s basic premium plan with ad support. For an old one thread In the help forum, subtitles started to lag after the end of an ad.

In the past, the issue surfaced after a Crunchyroll app software update, with few reports of lagging subtitles for those watching directly through the website.

So if you’re watching Attack on Titan on any device and the subtitles lag, you can either restart the application/web browser or revert to older software from a mobile device.

By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]

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