Demon Slayer Season 4: Confirmed Release Date, Plot, and More Updates

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Eager to know the details of Demon Slayer Season 4 release date? Well, we’ve got some stellar news for you. The highly-anticipated season has been announced. And we’re all ears to spill the deets in this article.

In case you’re new to the scene, Demon Slayer, a.k.a. “Kimetsu no Yaiba,” is an epic anime and manga saga. It follows Tanjiro Kamado’s journey. He is out to avenge his family and change his sister back to a human, all while slaying demons left and right.

The saga has already treated us to three mind-blowing seasons, adored by anime fans everywhere. Now, the fourth season is knocking at the door, but the exact release date is still wrapped in mystery. Keep on reading for the release date, plot, sneak peeks, and more.

Demon Slayer Season 4: Is it in the works?

Studio Ufotable announced on July 6, 2023, that Season 4 of Demon Slayer is already in production, so we won’t have to wait long to see it.

Demon Slayer Season 4 Release Date: Speculation

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Demon Slayer season 4 is officially happening, as announced on June 18, 2023. Though the exact release date remains shrouded in mystery, let’s put on our detective hats. Ufotable, the animation wizards behind the show, have dropped a few breadcrumbs.

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Think about it, the first and third seasons hit our screens in April, while the Mugen Train movie and season 2 came in October. Though Season 4 might be a bit shorter, that doesn’t mean it’ll arrive this year. Our bets are on April 2024, or maybe October 2024, for the epic comeback of our beloved anime.

How Many Episodes Will There Be In Demon Slayer Season 4?

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In Demon Slayer Season 4, we will likely be in for a treat with around 11 episodes plus a potential movie. Yep, you heard us right, a movie. Just like the third season shook things up.

Currently, the buzz is all about the “Hashira Training Arc” being confirmed for this season. Don’t worry; it’s a short installment in the manga, so that might give us a hint about the episode count. 

But who knows? The “Infinity Castle Arc” might just waltz in, stretching the excitement with more episodes. Stay tuned, as we’ll be your trusted messengers for all the latest updates.

Demon Slayer Season 4: What to Expect

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As we already informed you, season four is about to hit us with the “Hashira Training Arc.” It will cover chapters 128–136 from the original manga.

Here’s the synopsis for season 4: Tanjiro’s off to meet the Stone Hashira, Himejima, who’s all about getting him ready for the battles ahead. Tanjiro’s aiming for that Hashira badge, but it’s no walk in the park. And demon lord Muzan is still on the hunt for Nezuko and Ubuyashiki.

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We have a hunch that season four might add the “Infinity Castle Arc” too (at least a bit). While they can’t fill in all of chapters 137-183, We’ve got a feeling that we’re in for a teaser that’ll leave us yearning for more. So, keep those fingers crossed for some thrilling action before season five struts in.

Demon Slayer Season 4: Trailer

There is no season 4 trailer for Demon Slayer just yet. But a teaser dropped on June 23, 2023. This teaser confirms we will get the “Hashira Training Arc,” and it boasts some seriously epic characters.

The teaser treats us to a Hashira highlight reel, zooming in on their awesome personas. Even without new scenes, it’s like a shot of pure adrenaline for our anime fans. Check out the teaser yourself below:

Where to Watch Demon Slayer?

You can catch the first three epic seasons of Demon Slayer on Crunchyroll and Funimation. And if you’re a Netflix or Hulu aficionado, the first two seasons are waiting for you there too. Or you can also watch it on Prime Video, depending on your region. So, here’s a link.

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