Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 2: release date, time, recap & where to watch

Posted on October 18, 2021, 10:16 AM

Fans of Demon Slayer anime are wondering when they’ll be able to watch the next Season 2 episode. Well, here’s everything we know about the Episode 2 release schedule.

The entire anime community has been eagerly awaiting the return of Demon Slayer with a second season. Well, season 2 of the legendary animated series has officially arrived; however, the first episodes of the new seasons will re-adapt the Mugen Train arc. On the other hand, the Arc Entertainment District will now begin in December.

As promised, the first episode of Mugen Train Arc featured previously unseen events. It was a great start to Kyojuro Rengoku’s journey with Tanjiro, Zenitsu, Inosuke and Nezuko. And after experiencing the brilliance of Episode 1, fans are already anxiously awaiting the release of Episode 2.

Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 1 Recap

In the previous Demon Slayer episode, we saw Rengoku investigate the murder of 40 people on the Mugen train. To learn more about the train, the Flame Hashira goes to the Mugen Train gas station. There, he learns that the train will be put back on track the next day. See the article: Season 6 of “Peaky Blinders”: director’s revelations about Michael Gray. However, before Rengoku can reach him, the Demon Slasher takes a boy hostage and tries to kill him. Fortunately, Rengoku easily saves the boy by cutting off the demon’s hands.

The demon then uses his incredible speed to reach the train station, where he plans to kill the granddaughter and child, by selling lunch boxes. Surprisingly, Rengoku uses a Full Concentration Breath to gain Super Speed ​​and slays the Demon before he can do more harm.

After that, Rengoku confirms that a different demon is killing people on the Mugen train. So, he decides to get on the train, where Tanjiro, Zenitsu and Inosuke follow him.

When is episode 2 of season 2 of Demon Slayer released?

Release date

Demon Slayer Season 2 will follow a weekly release schedule, so you can watch Episode 2 this weekend on Sunday, October 17, 2021. See the article: Skyrim Oblivion in 4K: a taste of what the Elder Scrolls 6 could look like.

You can watch the previous season and the last of Demon Slayer on Crunchyroll and Funimation. If you are a premium user, Episode 2 will be available for you on October 17th. In contrast, free users will have to wait an extra week to get the second episode.

Release time

Crunchyroll released the first episode of Season 2 at 8:45 a.m. PDT (Pacific Timing). Given that, it’s safe to say that Episode 2 will also be releasing at the same time. To see also: Exclusive: the creator of “Squid Game” discusses the possible scenario of season 2. But of course the release time will vary depending on your region.

Nonetheless, if the timeline remains unchanged, here’s when you can expect Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 2 to release in those time zones:

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What will episode 2 be about?

Warning: this section of the article contains spoilers from the movie Mugen Train.

Interestingly, it is confirmed that the title of the next episode of Demon Slayer is “Deep Sleep”. Fans who watched the Mugen Train movie may already have a sense of the plot of the next episode. Interestingly, Episode 2 will feature the mysterious demon plunging Rengoku, Tanjiro, Zenitsu, and Inosuke into a deep sleep. On the other hand, Nezuko will do whatever it takes to wake his brother from sleep.

How many episodes will there be in Demon Slayer season 2?

It was recently confirmed that the second season of Demon Slayer Season 2 will consist of 18 episodes. Season 2 is shorter than the first season, which had 26 episodes in total. Additionally, Season 2 was originally slated to kick off in October with the Arc Entertainment District. However, last month the studio confirmed that the first seven episodes of Season 2 will adapt the Mugen Train Arc.

Thus, the new arc of the anime will consist of only 11 episodes; however, the first episode of the Entertainment District Arc will run for one hour. Plus, you’ll have to wait until December to watch the next arc.

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