Demon Slayer or Kimetsu No Yaiba is an anime series stocked with Action, Adventure, and Dark Fantasy. The anime was produced by Ufotable and has 26 episodes in the first season. The anime seeking the attention of many weebs became one of the most admired dark anime. Continue reading the blog to know more about Demon Slayer Season 2- Released Date.
Kimetsu No Yaiba Season 2 Release Date-
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Fans are hurriedly waiting for Season 2 to come out to continue the queue of Demon Slayer events. The anime as shown in Season 1 has so much to unfold. The protagonist of the series Kamado Tanjiro joins the Demon Slayer Corps after his family is slaughtered by the most powerful demon Muzan Kibutsuji or the boss of the Twelve Moons.
The perfect date of the Season 2 coming out has not yet been announced by the officials. The assurance of the season coming is certainly in 2021. Either by the Falls or by the arrival of Winters we are going to hear some good great news.
There are great expectations for the new season and it will be completely worth it. There are so many questions like Will Tanjiro be able to transform his sister Nezuko back into a human? Whether or not will he avenge his family? and so more but hang in there for a bit more time.
Demon Slayer Season 2 Plot and More-
In the last episode ‘Infinity Train’, the triad of Tanjiro, Inosuke (boar masked khawai man), Zeinitsu(the sleeping lightning master) have stepped onto their new mission. Hashira, one of the best pupils in the corps, is leading them to fight one of the lower Twelve Moons. Nezuko, the transformed good demon is also alongside them.
After the season ended leaving the trace of a big fight, the movie ‘Mugen Train’ came out. All the lower Six Moons are wiped out by Muzan leaving only Enmu, to prove his thirst for blood. The movie covers the most crucial part of the storyline.
I am not going to spoil it but the movie is a must-watch. So make sure you watch the movie ‘Mugen Train’ on Crunchyroll or Netflix first before Season 2 leaks out.
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