After more than a decade on the air, Attack on Titan is gearing up for its final expedition. In case you didn't know, the anime has been making its way to its finale for over a year. Earlier this spring, the first half of Attack on Titan's series finale went live with a truly devastating premiere. Now, the second half of the finale is on its way and the update just released its first poster. As you can see below, the main was released in Japan this weekend as part of a Studio MAPPA event. Fans have received an update on Attack on Titan season 4, which is currently under review. After all, MAPPA has released a very minimal poster for the finale of Attack on Titan, and it shows off a pretty peaceful scene. The shot in question highlights an idyllic mountain range with blue skies and green grass. A bird is shown flying over a picnic table, sitting on a log cabin in the middle of a field. This simple scene showcases a tranquil setting that contrasts with the latest episode of Attack on Titan. After all, season 4 has started a war for our Attack on Titan favorites, and the body count is already astronomical. Eren and Thunder are ready to cause a global genocide; Mikasa and Armin's team are ready to stop their friend at any cost. The two sides are fighting for freedom, the kind of peace we see in this shot. However, as we can see in this poster, the shadow of the war that haunts our heroes is not something that can be easily overlooked. Currently, MAPPA is gearing up to release the final episode of Attack on Titan this fall. If you need any refreshers, you can brush up on the anime's episodes to date via Crunchyroll. For those who haven't checked out Attack on Titan yet, you can read the official recap below for all the details "Humanity has been decimated by strange, giant humanoid creatures known as the Titans. Little is known about where they came from or why they were determined to consume humanity. The seemingly mindless wandered the world for years, killing everyone they saw. Because in the last century, human remains are in a giant three-walled city. "People believe their 50-metre-high walls will protect them from Titans, but the sudden appearance of a gigantic Titan is about to change everything." What do you think of this final look at Attack on Titan? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below or reach out to me on Twitter MeganPetersCB.