When Will Demon Slayer Season 4 Be Released?


Fans of the highly acclaimed anime series, Demon Slayer, are eagerly awaiting the arrival of its fourth season (Demon Slayer Season 4). You can watch the previous seasons of this show on Crunchyroll.

The anime, based on Koyoharu Gotouge’s manga ‘Kimetsu No Yaiba’, which translates to ‘Demon Slayer’, has solidified its position as one of the all-time greats, with its popularity being further amplified by its availability on Netflix.

Demon Slayer: What’s it all about?


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Before we carry on with this article, we need to warn you that there are SPOILERS for Demon Slayer Seasons 1, 2 and 3 in this article.

As the story goes, we’ve watched Tanjiro Kamado, the humble charcoal seller, survive the slaughter of his family, with his sister Nezuko living but transforming into part-demon. We’ve followed Tanjiro’s journey as he trains to become a master demon slayer, tackling the various ranks of malevolent beings that populate Japan’s nether realms. The show offers a gripping, brutal, and thrilling ride, and fortunately, the narrative isn’t over just yet.

Demon Slayer Season 4: The Anticipation


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The anticipation for the fourth season of Demon Slayer was ignited at the end of the airing of the third season’s finale in Japan. The finale episode, longer than usual, ended with a shot of the Demon Slayer Corps’ Hashira, showcasing the top fighters of the corps. Then, a banner unfurled in their place, and it didn’t take a genius to figure out what it signified: the announcement of a new season in the works.

In addition to the announcement, the Demon Slayer team also confirmed that the fourth season would be adapting the Hashira Training story arc, which has got the fans even more excited about what’s to come.

Demon Slayer Season 4 Release Date


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With the confirmation that the fourth season is underway, the question that remains on everyone’s mind is: when will the new season be released? Historically, there’s been roughly a two-year gap between each shorter season. If this pattern holds, new episodes will probably arrive in early 2025. However, that timeline might accelerate due to rumours around an early production start being confirmed.

Demon Slayer Season 4: The Cast


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Barring any behind-the-scenes issues, all the regular Japanese and English voice actors are expected to return for the fourth season of Demon Slayer. This includes:

  • Tanjiro Kamado – Natsuki Hanae / Zach Aguilar (English)
  • Nezuko Kamado – Akari Kitô / Abby Trott (English)
  • Inosuke Hashibira – Yoshitsugu Matsuoka / Bryce Papenbrook (English)
  • Zenitsu Agatsuma – Hiro Shimono / Aleks Le (English)
  • Muzan Kibutsuji – Toshihiko Seki / Greg Chun (English)
  • Kagaya Ubuyashiki – Toshiyuki Morikawa / Matthew Mercer (English)
  • Water Hashira, Giyu Tomioka – Takahiro Sakurai / Johnny Yong Bosch (English)
  • Love Hashira, Mitsuri Kanroji – Kana Hanazawa / Kira Buckland (English)
  • Mist Hashira, Muichiro Tokito – Kengo Kawanishi / Griffin Burns (English)
  • Flower Hashira, Kanae Kocho – Ai Kayano / Bridget Hoffman (English)
  • Tsuguko Kanao Tsuyuri – Reina Ueda / Brianna Knickerbocker (English)

New cast members are likely to be announced closer to the launch when future plot details are confirmed.

Demon Slayer Season 4: What Could Happen?


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It’s been revealed that Demon Slayer Season 4 is going to be heavily inspired by The Hashira Training Arc from the original manga (via Digital Spy). The Hashira Training Arc is an important part of the Demon Slayer story.

This arc focuses on the training of the Demon Slayer Corps members by the Hashira (the strongest members of the Demon Slayer Corps). This arc follows the aftermath of the Mugen Train Arc and the Entertainment District Arc, where Tanjiro and his friends learn about the importance of Total Concentration Breathing and how it can be maintained constantly.

In this arc, the main characters, Tanjiro Kamado, Zenitsu Agatsuma, and Inosuke Hashibira, undergo intensive training under the Hashira in order to improve their skills and prepare for the battles that lie ahead. Each of the Hashira has a unique skill and fighting style, which they impart to the trainees.

The Hashira Training Arc is significant because it prepares the characters for the upcoming challenges and fights against the upper-rank demons. It also provides deeper insights into the characters of the Hashira, their abilities, and their relationships with the other members of the Demon Slayer Corps.

In the context of Demon Slayer Season 4, this arc could serve as a significant plot point where the characters grow and develop. It could showcase the intense and rigorous training sessions the characters undergo, the struggles they face, and the lessons they learn.

However, since the anime adaptation might not be 100% faithful to the manga, there could be changes or adaptations in the way this arc is portrayed. There might be additional elements introduced, or certain parts might be expanded or reduced, depending on the direction the creators decide to take for the anime.

What do you make of this feature? Are you looking forward to watching Demon Slayer Season 4? Have you watched the other seasons of the series? If you haven’t, then you can watch it right now on Crunchyroll.

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