Attack on Titan-themed four-day-long virtual afterparty to be held. Talk and toast with cast and fans worldwide
Hit anime Attack on Titan will have an online afterparty for the anime’s season finale in which fans around the world will be able to create avatars and participate in various activities in the metaverse.
Attack on Titan’s official website announced on September 12 that it will be hosting a worldwide afterparty in the metaverse for fans of the series. The party’s events will span over four days, from November 5 to November 8 (JST). The afterparty was created to celebrate the Attack on Titan’s 10-year run as well as to commemorate the anime’s finale. Japanese and overseas fans alike will be able to participate in several events, interact with fellow fans using 3D avatars, and explore locations from the anime. The afterparty’s doors will officially open on November 4 (JST) after the broadcast of the anime’s final episode in Japan.
Attack on Titan, created by Hajime Isayama, is a dark fantasy action manga and anime series that tells the story of a post-apocalyptic world where the remains of humanity live behind walls and giants referred to as Titans, wreak havoc on them. The anime was an instant hit, gaining numerous fans, and has received many awards over the years for its thrilling story, soundtrack, and outstanding performances by its voice actors.
The events of the afterparty will be held on a docked cruise ship and its surrounding area where participants can begin to immerse themselves in the Attack on Titan universe. Once at the party, participants will be able to meet fans of the series from all over the world and have a toast with the anime’s cast and production team members. In addition, events such as a voice drama premiere and listening party featuring music from the anime will also be available to take part in.
Although the after-party is still almost two months away, fans are currently able to send questions and comments to the anime’s cast and staff in advance until September 18.
Once all party events have concluded, participants will be able to review the events of the party in a catch-up stream, which will be held by the cast and staff of the anime on November 9. Tickets for the event are available for purchase now on the anime’s official website, with an early bird discount of 2,700 yen (approximately 8.32 USD) until October 3 (JST) and a standard price of 3,300 yen (approximately 20.36 USD). Fans can participate in the festivities via PC or smartphone.