Demon Slayer Promises to Drop Its New Teaser Before Anyone Expected

Demon Slayer is a force to be reckoned with. Even with its manga over, the series continues to be one of the biggest in Japan, and its anime breaks records with ease. Last year, this was proven once more when season two went live, and the team at ufotable confirmed a third season would be following. And soon, it seems an update on the comeback will go live way before fans were told. 

The update comes courtesy of Demon Slayer's Twitter, so it is from the source. The anime just confirmed the TV anime will release a new PV for its 2023 projects in less than a week. The reel will be released on December 10th, and it will air after an upcoming re-run of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – Infinity Train.

At this time, Demon Slayer has not given a heads-up on what the reel will feature, but we do know the anime is gearing up for a season three update. The anime has already announced its main stage at Jump Festa 2022 will address the comeback. Of course, that is why fans all suspected the show's update would drop towards the end of December, but Demon Slayer is speeding up that timeline to December 10th.

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Of course, fans do know a good bit about Demon Slayer season three. Its production studio confirmed the series will begin with the Swordsmith Village arc, so Tanjiro is due for a new katana. This arc also stars some special Hashira courtesy of Muichiro Tokito and Mitsuri Kanroji. The Mist and Love Hashiras will work with Tanjiro's group in this new arc, so fans can look forward to their big debuts. And if Demon Slayer wants to share footage from season three in its upcoming PV, fans won't dare complain.


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