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Does Levi die in Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2?

The first episode has fans worried about the survival of humanity's strongest soldier.

January 10, 2022

One of the most beloved and talked-about anime, Attack on Titan, is back with Season 4 Part 2. And after watching the first episode, fans wonder what will be the fate of Levi in future episodes.

**Warning – Major spoilers ahead for Attack on Titan anime and manga**

One of Attack on Titan‘s most popular characters, Levi Ackerman, had to negotiate a dramatic event during the conclusion of season 4 part 1. Then, in the first episode of Season 4 Part 2, we saw Levi lying lifeless on the ground.

Fans of the manga already know how the harrowing Scout’s story concludes, but anime watchers are still unaware if Levi survives in the anime or not.

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Does Levi Die in Attack on Titan? 

**Warning – Major spoilers ahead**

No, Levi does not die at the end of Attack on Titan

Hajime Isayama, Attack on Titan‘s mangaka, created the scene between Zeke and Levi where the former caused an explosion that sent Levi flying – as we saw in the conclusion of season 4 part 1.

The teaser trailer for part 2 and the first episode suggested that Levi could be dead as he lies in front of Hange. However, fans would be delighted to learn that Levi, in fact, is alive. Of course, Levi is badly injured, and his face is unrecognizable, but he does survive the explosion.

In the manga, humanity’s strongest soldier spends the rest of his days wheelchair-bound with facial bandages and the loss of some fingers. He ends up spending his days with Gabi, Falco, and Onyankopon. 

Where Can you Watch Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2? 

Attack on Titan season 4 part 2 premiered with the release of Episode 1 on Sunday, January 9, 2022

You can watch the new anime episodes on Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu. All platforms get the subbed version of the new episode a few hours after its broadcast in Japan.

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Being a pop culture writer and a proud geek of all trades, Jo (They/Them) loves to dissect fandoms and marvel at their insides. The entirety of The Lord of the Rings, superhero origins, the Ghost of Tsushima score, the Wings of Freedom, and the endless search for a sleepy Tyranitar are but a few of Jo's passions, with a penchant for contributing to the geek culture community.

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