Ever since manga comics became famous worldwide, fans have been biting their nails with the excitement of watching tv shows of manga. Demon slayer, without wondering, has ruled the hearts of manga revealing the same, Season 3 of Demon Slayer has released its first full trailer, and things are now feeling extremely real.
Unfortunately for those ready to plunge into Tanjiro and the company’s next adventure in the Swordsmith Village arc, the new season is likely still a long way off. While we wait, we’ve put together a brief rundown of what to expect from Demon Slayer season 3, including who will be returning, which manga chapters will be translated, and other interesting tidbits about the blockbuster anime’s comeback. Take a deep breath and scroll down to find out all we know about Demon Slayer season 3 thus far. Also, check out our guide to Jujutsu Kaisen season to see what else is coming up.
Demon Slayer Season 3, Storyline and Plot
Recently The Swordsmith Village Arc has finally released the third season of Demon Slayer. One can expect a 12-episode season, give or take a few, based on the Entertainment District Arc, which ran a comparable time period, from 70 to 99.
Unless there are any significant deviations, Tanjiro should proceed to Swordsmith Village to get a new weapon. There’s also an antique weapon in the neighborhood. But the scenario involving the Love and Mist Hashiras, as well as a demon or two, isn’t quite plain.
On a more general topic, the finale of Entertainment District gave us a hint as to where the program would most likely head after Demon Slayer season 3. Tengen is finally not a part of the board, yet he is still alive and well. He advised Iguro that Tanjiro would be the most likely Hashira successor. The Demon Slayers may then finally strike back at Muzan Kibutsuji, their ultimate objective.
Demon Slayer’s Season 3 Cast and Characters
The Swordsmith Village arc cast will include Tanjiro by Natsuki Hanae, Zenitsu by Hiro Shimono, Inosuke as Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, and Nezuko by Akari Kitou. Two of the repeating character are the Mist Hashira Muichiro Tokito and the Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanji will be joining them. In future seasons, expect to see additional Hashiras, as well as members of the Twelve Upper Moons/Twelve Kabuki. omit the advertisement Advertisement Haruo Satozaki will direct, with Akira Matsushima handling the character design.
Demon Slayer Season 3 release date
Season 3 of Demon Slayer is now anticipated to premiere in 2023. We had anticipated that Fall 2022 would be a clear possibility, but in the COVID age, that seems implausible. If that’s the case, a Spring 2023 release or a Fall 2023 release are all possibilities. Having said that, Ufotable, the series’ animation studio, is typically highly consistent in its production. Demon Slayer made its ever-so-great debut first time in the fall of 2019, while the very first of the Mugen Train film had arrived in the fall season in Japan.
The Mugen Train for Demon Slayer arc recap is premiered on television for fans. Demon Slayer’s series of consecutive Fall premieres may come to an end, but if anybody can do the impossible, it’s Ufotable. The latest teaser has some footage, indicating that development is doing well, but there is no release date in sight. We may aspire for Fall 2022, but at this point, 2023 seems considerably more realistic.
Down below find some frequently asked questions answered on demon slayer’s season 3
Is there a trailer for demon slayer’s season 3
The first trailer for Demon Slayer season 3 has arrived, however it largely serves as a review of the previous seasons. However, there are some glimpses of new material in the sizzle reel: the Love and Mist Hashira are shown individually, and a new sword (later carried by Tanjiro) is being manufactured at the Swordsmith Village.
Where can we binge on season 3 of demon slayer?
The good news for fans of demon slayer is that Crunchyroll recently now has provided “Demon Slayer” accessible to watch. Given the recent merger with Funimation, we expect Demon Slayer season 3 to follow suit and be streamed there as well. In some areas, Netflix members may watch the first season right now.
How many episodes will there be in the third season of Demon Slayer?
If the Demon Slayer Season 4: Infinity Castle Arc anime follows the nine-chapter Hashira Training Arc, the third season will most likely be roughly ten episodes long.
Will there be another season of Demon Slayer?
Since the third season of Demon Slayer was titled Demon Slayer: Swordsmith Village Arc, the fourth season is likely to be titled Demon Slayer: Infinity Castle Arc. On April 16, 2022, the Demon Slayer Swordsmith Village video was published as part of the Demon Slayer Festival 2022.