Demon Slayer Season 2
For that Demon Slayer Season 2 Diehards. we’ve put together a complete guide to everything we know about Demon Slayer season 2 so far.
That ranges from release date speculation, especially in light of what promises to be a packed year for anime fans, to the very first piece of footage from the upcoming season. Warning Spoilers for Demon Slayer season 1and mild spoilers for Mugen Train follow.
Demon Slayer Season 2 Release Date
Demon Slayer season 2 release date speculation and air dates As is the case with most anime, the DemonSlayer season 2 release date is decidedly vague for the time being. For now, the only official announcement says the new season will air sometime in 2021.
Traditionally, anime is divided up into several release windows throughout a calendar year. Spring, Fall, and Winter each see the premiere and return of several popular shows, though Demon Slayer season 2 has missed any chance of debuting in Spring.
The original series ran from April until September 2019 so, unless a release date drop is imminent, Fall 2021 or Winter 2021 is looking far more likely. It’s worth noting, however, the Attack on Titan season 4 return date is this Winter.
If that sticks, expect Demon Slayer season2 to drop beginning in September/October if only to avoid a clash. Before then, the Mugen Train movie will be on most fans’ radars. It launched in October 2020 in Japan and is now out in the US and hits UK cinemas on May 26.
It will be available to purchase digitally on June 22 if you aren’t heading to cinemas at the moment. That’s the greatest indication yet that DemonSlayer season 2 will debut in the second half of 2021.
Demon Slayer Season 2 Story
Demon Slayer season 2 story do you need to watch Mugen Train? The Demon Slayer season 2 story will adapt the ‘Entertainment District’ arc of the manga. In the source material that takes place after Mugen Train.
So, yes, you will need to have watched the Demon Slayer movie before starting season 2 – unless you want to be spoiled. It’s a brave move to tie canonical events to a movie (a rarity in anime), but it’s worth knowing now unless you want to miss out on a large chunk of the plot.
So, what can we expect from the story? Without diving too much into specific movie spoilers, the first season ended with Tanjiro, Zenitsu, and Inosuke summoned to their first major assignment as part of the Demon Slayer Corps.
Rengoku, a member of the Hashira (elite DemonSlayer swordsman) is tasked with accompanying the trio – and with Tanjiro’s sister turned demon Nezuko in tow.
The events of the movie surround Tanjiro and the company’s attempts to take down the Lower One of the Twelve Moons, the demonic group led by the original demon – and slayer of Tanjiro’s family – Muzan Kibutsuji.
After the dramatic events of Mugen Train, and the end of the Infinity Train saga, Tanjiro, the Hashira, and the Demon Slayer Corps will have to deal with the fallout of the movie, but also the emergence of new foes.
The second season, as shown by the trailer below, sees the group heading to Yoshiwara, a town with bright lights and dark desires. Fertile ground for demons, then, and with the Sound Hashira (Tengen Uzui) also in tow, expect Tanjiro to maybe come into conflict with an Upper Moon or two.
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