The highly anticipated Swordsmith Village arc will be released after the Mugen Train Arc, which is considered to be season two, and the Entertainment District Arc, which is considered to be season three of Demon Slayer. The most well-known anime of the season’s second and third seasons were just released by Studio ufotable in the winter of 2022, and now fans are speculating as to when the fourth season will actually be released.
With three seasons and a movie to date, Demon Slayer has been the highest-grossing franchise in recent years. On April 6, 2019, the first two courses of the 26-episode anime season made their debut. The anime film “Demon Slayer: Mugen Train” attained the highest global earnings. As a result of its success, season 2 used the same plot with a few minor changes over the course of its seven episodes. Season 3 that followed had a total of 11 episodes, with the final one airing on February 13, 2022, lasting 44 minutes.
Demon Slayer Season 4 Release Date
Although the fourth season of Demon Slayer has been announced and is currently in production, a release date has not been specified. At the conclusion of the Entertainment arc’s final episode, the official website unveiled a teaser image and an announcement video. The Swordsmith Village arc should have 25 episodes split into two courses. The previous seasons had a one-year gap between them. Following the same pattern, it is expected to be released in January 2022.
|Demon Slayer Season 1 Release Date||6 April 2019|
|Demon Slayer Season 4 Release Date||Not Announced Yet|
Demon Slayer Season 4 Story
As already known, the anime is adapted from the Weekly Shounen Japanese manga written and illustrated by Koyoharu Gotouge. The manga’s volume 12 (or chapter 98) marks the beginning of the Swordsmith Village arc, which will last until volume 15 (or chapters 127–28). It’s possible that this season will also see an adaptation of the Hashira training arc.
The new season will introduce two new Hashira in focus: Mist Hashira, Muichiro Tokito, and Love Hashira, Mitsuri Kanroji. After the frightful battle in last season with the upper-rank demon, Gyutaro and his sister demon, Daki, along with Sound Hashira, Tengen Uzui, Zenitsu, Inosuke and his sister, Nezuko, Tanjiro’s sword suffered some real consequences. He goes to Swordsmith village to get it fixed by Hotaru Haganezuka, the smith who created his sword. Unfortunately, danger approaches as Tanjiro wait for his sword to be fixed. With the aid of two Hashiras and a demon slayer who was chosen at the same time Tanjiro was chosen, Genya Shinazugawa, he must battle two upper-rank demons in order to defend the village. The enemy poses a serious threat because it can split into four separate bodies and regenerate almost immediately. Can they rescue the village and defeat two upper-rank demons?
Demon Slayer Season 4 Characters
Tanjiro Kamado voiced by Natsuki Haanae
The main character, whose family was murdered by Muzan Kibutsuji, the chief demon. His sister was transformed into a demon. Tanjiro now wants to rescue his sister, turn her back into a human, and exact revenge by annihilating all the demons.
Nezuko Kamado voiced by Akari Kito
The deuterogamist of the story is Tanjiro’s only family member who is alive. She was transformed into a demon when her entire family came under attack. Tanjiro’s mentor hypnotized her into vowing never to kill a human. She is currently traveling with her brother in search of a treatment that will allow her to become human again.
Mitsuri Kanroji voiced by Kana Hanazawa
She currently serves as Love Hashira and is a very potent Demon Slayer.
Muichirou Tokitou voiced by Kengo Kawanishi
A powerful Hashira and current Mist Hashira who plays a significant role in this arc.
Demon Slayer Season 4 Trailer
On April 16, 2022, Demon Slayer Festival 2022 featured the recent release of the fourth season trailer for Demon Slayer by Ufotable.
Where to watch Demon Slayer Season 4?
Every Sunday at 12:45 JST and 9:15 IST, Fuji TV, KTV, GTV, BS11, Tokyo MX, and GYT broadcast Demon Slayer. While Madam Entertainment airs it in Australia, Toonami has the broadcasting rights to screen it there. It can be watched on Netflix internationally as well as on Crunchyroll, HULU, and Funimation in specific regions.