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The 100 Thieves x Attack on Titan co-op seems to be shutting down

Compound 100 Thieves Cash App is going through a transition indicating that the Attack on Titan collaboration is about to get underway.

As we move into the second half of Attack on Titan’s fourth and final season, the LA-based company is preparing something special to celebrate the show’s ending.

100T previously hinted at the project with an electronic trailer on February 28, and quickly embarked on the transformation of its LA facility to mark the event.

Dexerto discovered the transition between the building, which prominently shows the iconic rise of the Colossal Titan on the Maria Walls by Eren and Levi on either side.

100 Thieves x Attack on Titan

It’s not clear what 100 Thieves has in store, but it will certainly revolve around the popular Attack on Titan series.

The trailer and the front of the building have the unmistakable fall date as March 12, 2022. Whether it’s another commodity drop or a larger triggering event remains to be seen, but 100T will quickly seize the opportunity.

100 Thieves streamer NiceWigg and Director of Product Marketing Damian Estrada were quick to notice developments on their institutional building. In fact, the company has launched a a few suggestions what they had planned before.

The biggest clue is the flashy exaggerated video that mentions Eren’s behind-the-scenes story with the caption: “And just like that, everything changed.”

However, a few days before that, the 100T Esports account issued a yelling Sean ‘smashes’ Bezerra after his incredible performance against TSM in Knights Monthly Gauntlet.

100T fans have been hyped about the significance of this partnership, which some have been convinced will include some sort of merchandise discount.

We’ll just have to wait and see as the 100 Thieves x Attack on Titan collaboration is coming to an end soon.

https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/100-thieves-attack-on-titan-collab-release-date-1774049/ The 100 Thieves x Attack on Titan co-op seems to be shutting down

Emma Bowman

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