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Demon Slayer Season 3

Demon Slayer Season 3: Everything we know about the upcoming Swordsman Village arc in Demon Slayer Season 3. The most up-to-date information on Demon Slayer Season 3, including the storyline it will adapt. Season 3 of Demon Slayer is here, and it’s called the Swordsman Village arc. Following the late Entertainment District, we’re here to update you on the future season and let you know when new Demon Slayer episodes will be available.

Although we are only at the beginning, there is already a lot of information, both official and that which we can glean from the sources. Don’t worry, there will be very few spoilers. Before we get into our Demon Slayer Season 3 guide, it’s important to note that the manga adaptation of the Swordsman Village Arc will be a series rather than a film. Despite the fact that Mugen Train was a huge hit, Ufotable has other plans


So take a big breath and scroll down to see what we know about Demon Slayer Season 3 so far, including the debut teaser, key art for the series, and even a release date for Swordsmith. Bow village. You’re in luck.

Demon Slayer Season 3: Swordsman Village Arc Release Date Speculation


Although nothing has been confirmed, we can anticipate the release of Demon Slayer Season 3 in 2023. We had expected Fall 2022 to be a distinct possibility, but that would be practically difficult in the COVID era. If that’s the case, a release in the spring of 2023 (about April 2023) or the fall of 2023 (September-October 2023) could be explored. However, the animation studio behind the series, Ufotable, is generally constant in its output. Demon Slayer premiered in Fall 2019, while the Mugen Train film will premiere in Fall 2020 in Japan. Demon Slayer’s Mugen Train recap arc for TV began airing in Fall 2021 Demon Slayer’s streak of continued fall debuts might be on hiatus, but if anyone can pull off the impossible, it’s Ufotable.

The Demon Slayer Season 3 Story: What Arc Does It Adapt?

Mitsuri Kanroji

Don’t worry, we won’t give anything away about the source material, but we believe it will span manga chapters 100 to 127. The Entertainment District arc covered a similar period, from ’70 to ’99, so it’s likely that this season will be 12 episodes again, with a few exceptions. Tanjiro should be travelling to the Swordsman Village to purchase a new weapon unless something unexpected happens. The community also happens to be home to an old weapon. But it’s not all that simple, with the story involving the Hashiras of Love and Mist, and maybe a demon or two.

From a more general perspective, the Entertainment District ending also gave us a glimpse of the path the series will likely take after Demon Slayer Season 3. Tengen is no longer on the list, but he is still alive. He told Iguro that Tanjiro would be his most likely replacement for Hashira. Demon Slayers will then be able to finally strike Muzan Kibutsuji, their ultimate target.

Demon Slayer season 3 cast: who are the new characters and demons?

muichiro tokito

The cast of the Swordsman Village arc will see Tanjiro (Natsuki Hanae), Zenitsu (Hiro Shimono), Inosuke (Yoshitsugu Matsuoka), and Nezuko (Akari Kitou) return.

They will be joined by two characters that we have already seen in the series: the Hashira of mist Muichiro Tokito and the Hashira of love Mitsuri Kanoji. Expect more Hashiras to appear in future seasons as well, as well as members of the Upper Twelve Moons/Twelve Kibuki.

The realization is entrusted to Haruo Satozaki and the character design to Akira Matsushima.

Demon Slayer season 3 trailer: the first Swordsmith Village teaser is here

The first trailer for Demon Slayer Season 3 is unfortunately extremely brief and doesn’t tell us much.

As is customary in anime, the new Swordsmith Village arc was introduced with just a few key images of Love and Mist Hashira’s designs. We may expect a full trailer in summer 2022, with more teasers and TV advertisements strewn about in the weeks preceding up to release, based on industry norms. The 40-second trailer can be seen above.

Where to watch Demon Slayer online?

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Crunchyroll and Funimation have released Demon Slayer. We anticipate that Demon Slayer Season 3 will be accessible to stream on these anime services as well. In some territories, Netflix members can watch the first season right now. That’s it…at least for now. Meanwhile, don’t forget to add the top Netflix episodes and movies to your watchlist.

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