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What We Know So Far About ‘Demon Slayer’ Season 3′:

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Story of the new season of 'Demon Slayer' is finally revealed. (Photo: Japan Times)

Season 3 of Demon Slayer has been revealed, and there’s already a surprising amount of information available.

Demon Slayer

Story of the new season of ‘Demon Slayer’ is finally revealed. (Photo: Japan Times)

‘Demon Slayer’ Season 3

This season’s cast and the manga chapters will be based on what are already known. This season of Demon Slayer will be titled “Swordsmith Village” to match the first teaser trailer for the upcoming third season of the topmost anime series today.  However, you’ll quickly learn that this is the next step in expanding Tanjiro’s abilities, as well as allowing him to face new challenges and, of course, kickingass combat sequences.

The Swordsmith Village Arc is now the third season of Demon Slayer. Although we won’t go into detail about the manga’s chapters 100-127, be assured that we won’t reveal anything about the show’s plot. A 12-episode season, with a few exceptions, is expected to be the case for this new series, which is based on the entertainment district arc.

In a larger sense, the show’s conclusion in the Entertainment District hinted at the direction it would likely follow after season 3 of Demon Slayer. However, Tengen is still alive and well. He revealed to Iguro that Tanjiro would be a potential successor for Hashira. They’ll be able to retaliate against Muzan Kibutsuji, their ultimate goal.

Release Date of ‘Demon Slayer’ Season 3

Season 3 of Demon Slayer is expected to be released in 2023, however nothing has been officially announced. However, in the COVID age, it would be near-impossible to do this in the fall of 2022. An April 2023 release date (or perhaps September-October 2023) may be on the table, if that’s true.

Having said that, the animation studio responsible for the show, Ufotable, is well-known for its reliability and dependability in the quality of its work. Both Mugen Train and Demon Slayer will be released in Japan in the fall of 2020. In the fall of 2021, Demon Slayer’s Mugen Train recap episode aired on television. Ufotable is capable of breaking Demon Slayer’s trend of consecutive Fall debuts, but if anybody can do it, it’s them.