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Demon Slayer season 3: Everything we know about the new Swordsmith Village arc

Demon Slayer season 3 is on its way, and while we don’t have an official release date yet, there’s still plenty of details to get excited about ahead of the new chapter.

Given that there was a two-and-a-bit year gap between season 1 and season 2, the next adventure from Tanjiro and company in the Swordsmith Village arc is still likely a way off. While we wait, we’ve compiled a quick go-to guide on the third installment, including a list of main characters that are sure to show up, which manga titles are being adapted, and more cool tidbits surrounding the hit anime’s return.

So, if you want to get up to speed, and discover what we know so far about Demon Slayer season 3, the follow-up to one of the best anime series in recent years then keep scrolling… 

Demon Slayer season 3: Swordsmith Village Arc release date speculation

An image of Zenitsu in Demon Slayer

(Image credit: Ufotable)

Nothing official yet, but we can expect Demon Slayer season 3 to release in 2023. We had hoped Fall 2022 would be a distinct possibility but, in the COVID era, getting that done so soon feels unrealistic. If that’s the case, a Spring release (in around April 2023) or Fall 2023 (September-October 2023) could all be targeted.

Having said that, Ufotable, the animation studio behind the series, is usually very consistent with its work output. Demon Slayer debuted in Fall 2019, with the Mugen Train movie rolling into Japan in Fall 2020. Demon Slayer’s Mugen Train recap arc for television began airing in Fall 2021. The streak of continuous Fall debuts for Demon Slayer could break, but if anyone can achieve the impossible, it’s Ufotable. The new trailer has some footage, which indicates production has been moving along nicely but, crucially, there’s no release date in sight. We can hope for Fall 2022, but 2023 is just far more likely at this juncture.

Demon Slayer season 3 story: What arc is it adapting?

The Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanoji from the Demon Slayer swordsmith village arc

(Image credit: Ufotable)

Demon Slayer season 3 is officially the Swordsmith Village Arc. Don’t worry, we won’t get into source material spoilers here, but we believe it will cover chapters 100-127 of the manga. Entertainment District Arc covered a similar range from 70-99, so this is again likely to be a 12-episode season, give or take a few episodes.

Unless there are any major deviations, it should involve Tanjiro heading to Swordsmith Village to get a new weapon. As luck would have it, the village is home to an ancient weapon. But it’s not all quite that straightforward, the story that drawing in the Love and Mist Hashiras, and maybe a demon or two.

On a broader note, the Entertainment District ending also tipped us off on what road the show is going to likely take beyond Demon Slayer season 3. Tengen is off the board, but still alive and kicking. He told Iguro that his likely Hashira replacement should be Tanjiro. From there, the Demon Slayers can finally strike back at their ultimate target: Muzan Kibutsuji.

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

the Mist Hashira Muichiro Tokito from Demon Slayer season 3

(Image credit: Ufotable)

Tanjiro (Natsuki Hanae), Zenitsu (Hiro Shimono), Inosuke (Yoshitsugu Matsuoka), and Nezuko (Akari Kitou) will all return as part of the Swordsmith Village arc cast.

Joining them are two characters we’ve already glimpsed in the series: the Mist Hashira Muichiro Tokito and the Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanoji. Also expect more of the Hashiras to appear in future seasons, as well as members of the Twelve Upper Moons/Twelve Kibuki.

Haruo Satozaki is set to direct, with Akira Matsushima on character design duties.

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

The first Demon Slayer season 3 trailer finally arrived last month. Unfortunately though, it mostly serves as a recap of what’s gone before.

There are, however, some glimpses of new footage: the Love and Mist Hashira are seen separately in the sizzle reel, while a new sword (later wielded by Tanjiro) is being crafted at the Swordsmith Village. You can watch it in full above.

Where to stream Demon Slayer

Tanjiro and Nezuko in Demon Slayer

(Image credit: Ufotable)

Demon Slayer is now available to watch on Crunchyroll. We expect Demon Slayer season 3 to follow suit and also be streaming on there, especially given the recent merger with Funimation. Netflix users can find the first season ready to stream now in some territories.


And that’s it… for now, anyway. In the meantime, be sure to see what else is on the horizon with our guide to Jujutsu Kaisen season 2. And if you’re still playing catch up, here’s how to watch Demon Slayer in order.


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Demon Slayer season 3: Everything we know about the new Swordsmith Village arc

Demon Slayer season 3 is on its way, and while we don’t have an official release date yet, there’s still plenty of details to get excited about ahead of the new chapter.
Given that there was a two-and-a-bit year gap between season 1 and season 2, the next adventure from Tanjiro and company in the Swordsmith Village arc is still likely a way off. While we wait, we’ve compiled a quick go-to guide on the third installment, including a list of main characters that are sure to show up, which manga titles are being adapted, and more cool tidbits surrounding the hit anime’s return.
So, if you want to get up to speed, and discover what we know so far about Demon Slayer season 3, the follow-up to one of the best anime series in recent years then keep scrolling… 
Demon Slayer season 3: Swordsmith Village Arc release date speculation

(Image credit: Ufotable)
Nothing official yet, but we can expect Demon Slayer season 3 to release in 2023. We had hoped Fall 2022 would be a distinct possibility but, in the COVID era, getting that done so soon feels unrealistic. If that’s the case, a Spring release (in around April 2023) or Fall 2023 (September-October 2023) could all be targeted.
Having said that, Ufotable, the animation studio behind the series, is usually very consistent with its work output. Demon Slayer debuted in Fall 2019, with the Mugen Train movie rolling into Japan in Fall 2020. Demon Slayer’s Mugen Train recap arc for television began airing in Fall 2021. The streak of continuous Fall debuts for Demon Slayer could break, but if anyone can achieve the impossible, it’s Ufotable. The new trailer has some footage, which indicates production has been moving along nicely but, crucially, there’s no release date in sight. We can hope for Fall 2022, but 2023 is just far more likely at this juncture.
Demon Slayer season 3 story: What arc is it adapting?

(Image credit: Ufotable)
Demon Slayer season 3 is officially the Swordsmith Village Arc. Don’t worry, we won’t get into source material spoilers here, but we believe it will cover chapters 100-127 of the manga. Entertainment District Arc covered a similar range from 70-99, so this is again likely to be a 12-episode season, give or take a few episodes.
Unless there are any major deviations, it should involve Tanjiro heading to Swordsmith Village to get a new weapon. As luck would have it, the village is home to an ancient weapon. But it’s not all quite that straightforward, the story that drawing in the Love and Mist Hashiras, and maybe a demon or two.
On a broader note, the Entertainment District ending also tipped us off on what road the show is going to likely take beyond Demon Slayer season 3. Tengen is off the board, but still alive and kicking. He told Iguro that his likely Hashira replacement should be Tanjiro. From there, the Demon Slayers can finally strike back at their ultimate target: Muzan Kibutsuji.
Demon Slayer season 3 cast: who are the new characters and demons?

(Image credit: Ufotable)
Tanjiro (Natsuki Hanae), Zenitsu (Hiro Shimono), Inosuke (Yoshitsugu Matsuoka), and Nezuko (Akari Kitou) will all return as part of the Swordsmith Village arc cast.
Joining them are two characters we’ve already glimpsed in the series: the Mist Hashira Muichiro Tokito and the Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanoji. Also expect more of the Hashiras to appear in future seasons, as well as members of the Twelve Upper Moons/Twelve Kibuki.
Haruo Satozaki is set to direct, with Akira Matsushima on character design duties.
Demon Slayer season 3 trailer: first Swordsmith Village teaser is here
The first Demon Slayer season 3 trailer finally arrived last month. Unfortunately though, it mostly serves as a recap of what’s gone before.
There are, however, some glimpses of new footage: the Love and Mist Hashira are seen separately in the sizzle reel, while a new sword (later wielded by Tanjiro) is being crafted at the Swordsmith Village. You can watch it in full above.
Where to stream Demon Slayer

(Image credit: Ufotable)
Demon Slayer is now available to watch on Crunchyroll. We expect Demon Slayer season 3 to follow suit and also be streaming on there, especially given the recent merger with Funimation. Netflix users can find the first season ready to stream now in some territories.
And that’s it… for now, anyway. In the meantime, be sure to see what else is on the horizon with our guide to Jujutsu Kaisen season 2. And if you’re still playing catch up, here’s how to watch Demon Slayer in order.

#Demon #Slayer #season #Swordsmith #Village #arc

Demon Slayer season 3: Everything we know about the new Swordsmith Village arc

Demon Slayer season 3 is on its way, and while we don’t have an official release date yet, there’s still plenty of details to get excited about ahead of the new chapter.
Given that there was a two-and-a-bit year gap between season 1 and season 2, the next adventure from Tanjiro and company in the Swordsmith Village arc is still likely a way off. While we wait, we’ve compiled a quick go-to guide on the third installment, including a list of main characters that are sure to show up, which manga titles are being adapted, and more cool tidbits surrounding the hit anime’s return.
So, if you want to get up to speed, and discover what we know so far about Demon Slayer season 3, the follow-up to one of the best anime series in recent years then keep scrolling… 
Demon Slayer season 3: Swordsmith Village Arc release date speculation

(Image credit: Ufotable)
Nothing official yet, but we can expect Demon Slayer season 3 to release in 2023. We had hoped Fall 2022 would be a distinct possibility but, in the COVID era, getting that done so soon feels unrealistic. If that’s the case, a Spring release (in around April 2023) or Fall 2023 (September-October 2023) could all be targeted.
Having said that, Ufotable, the animation studio behind the series, is usually very consistent with its work output. Demon Slayer debuted in Fall 2019, with the Mugen Train movie rolling into Japan in Fall 2020. Demon Slayer’s Mugen Train recap arc for television began airing in Fall 2021. The streak of continuous Fall debuts for Demon Slayer could break, but if anyone can achieve the impossible, it’s Ufotable. The new trailer has some footage, which indicates production has been moving along nicely but, crucially, there’s no release date in sight. We can hope for Fall 2022, but 2023 is just far more likely at this juncture.
Demon Slayer season 3 story: What arc is it adapting?

(Image credit: Ufotable)
Demon Slayer season 3 is officially the Swordsmith Village Arc. Don’t worry, we won’t get into source material spoilers here, but we believe it will cover chapters 100-127 of the manga. Entertainment District Arc covered a similar range from 70-99, so this is again likely to be a 12-episode season, give or take a few episodes.
Unless there are any major deviations, it should involve Tanjiro heading to Swordsmith Village to get a new weapon. As luck would have it, the village is home to an ancient weapon. But it’s not all quite that straightforward, the story that drawing in the Love and Mist Hashiras, and maybe a demon or two.
On a broader note, the Entertainment District ending also tipped us off on what road the show is going to likely take beyond Demon Slayer season 3. Tengen is off the board, but still alive and kicking. He told Iguro that his likely Hashira replacement should be Tanjiro. From there, the Demon Slayers can finally strike back at their ultimate target: Muzan Kibutsuji.
Demon Slayer season 3 cast: who are the new characters and demons?

(Image credit: Ufotable)
Tanjiro (Natsuki Hanae), Zenitsu (Hiro Shimono), Inosuke (Yoshitsugu Matsuoka), and Nezuko (Akari Kitou) will all return as part of the Swordsmith Village arc cast.
Joining them are two characters we’ve already glimpsed in the series: the Mist Hashira Muichiro Tokito and the Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanoji. Also expect more of the Hashiras to appear in future seasons, as well as members of the Twelve Upper Moons/Twelve Kibuki.
Haruo Satozaki is set to direct, with Akira Matsushima on character design duties.
Demon Slayer season 3 trailer: first Swordsmith Village teaser is here
The first Demon Slayer season 3 trailer finally arrived last month. Unfortunately though, it mostly serves as a recap of what’s gone before.
There are, however, some glimpses of new footage: the Love and Mist Hashira are seen separately in the sizzle reel, while a new sword (later wielded by Tanjiro) is being crafted at the Swordsmith Village. You can watch it in full above.
Where to stream Demon Slayer

(Image credit: Ufotable)
Demon Slayer is now available to watch on Crunchyroll. We expect Demon Slayer season 3 to follow suit and also be streaming on there, especially given the recent merger with Funimation. Netflix users can find the first season ready to stream now in some territories.
And that’s it… for now, anyway. In the meantime, be sure to see what else is on the horizon with our guide to Jujutsu Kaisen season 2. And if you’re still playing catch up, here’s how to watch Demon Slayer in order.

#Demon #Slayer #season #Swordsmith #Village #arc


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