Evangelion 4.0 the series finale premiere date, plot and more!

Evangelion 4.0 the series finale premiere date, plot and more!

After years and years of wait, the series finale of Evangelion will come to you sooner than expected. The new trailer looks promising and surely won’t disappoint fans.

Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0 is the fourth instalment in the series. It is reimagined form of the original Anime, Neon Genesis Evangelion.

The tetralogy holds a worldwide fan base. The schedules of all the movies are listed as follows,

  • 1.o – You are (not) alone – Release Date 1st September 2007
  • 2.0 – You Can (Not) Advance – Release Date 27th June 2009
  • 3.0 – You Can (Not) Redo – Release Date 17th November 2012.
  • 3.0 + 1.0 – Release Date Next year (2020).

So you can see the difference and thus calculate the hype for 4.0. The fans have waited for 16 years for the franchise to come to a finale. The latest trailer is filled with characters and creatures. Rei, Shinji and Asuka also make an appearance in the trailer.


The trailer is more fast-paced and doesn’t reveal many details. The rebuild of Evangelion movies instalment also aligns with the Anime. However, they become pretty different in the finale and that’s what we will see in 3.0 + 1.0.

The trailer even after being 30 seconds long, promises a lot of Eva on Eva action.

The producer, studio Khara did not release the official version of the teaser. Still, fans recorded their own version of the trailer as the trailer was also present during the movie premiere of Mirai of the Future. However, the movie released on 20th July so the plans of Studio Khara are not clear.

Moreover, the planning to drop the fourth installment in the series was back in 2015. However, the idea continued to be postponed and fans will now The Rebuild of Evangelion in 2020.

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