Fans will finally see Demon Slayer Season 2 in no time after two years of waiting. As a new season update will soon drop, it may not only reveal the official release date but the new cast members as well.

Demon Slayer Season 2 will, reportedly, be part of the fall anime season. This means it will soon go live and more details about it may be revealed anytime now.

In a new report by AnimeTV JP, further information about the anime's second season is about to come out soon. It will involve the new cast additions fans will hear as the battle of Tanjiro against the demons continue.

This much-awaited update may go live on Saturday, Sept. 25, in Japan. Comicbook noted that as more info about the series comes out, it only means that fans will soon see the show hitting the small screen.

So far, it has been known that the series' main cast will all return, along with the executive staff. But as new characters will come their way, there will be new voice actors joining the show as well.

Meanwhile, the official trailer for Demon Slayer Season 2 has officially dropped and it shows Tanjiro, Zenitsu, Inosuke and Nezuko making their way to Yoshiwara. Here, they will be working on their new mission, CNet noted.

It looks like the city that never sleeps with dazzling bright lights, making it a perfect place for the demons to live. The preview, along with the new season's official poster, has also officially introduced the Sound Hashira Tengen Uzui.

So, the streets of Yoshiwara may reveal more about this new character. The new season is expected to pick up the events where "Demon Slayer: Mugen Train" left off.

When the first season ended, 40 train passengers disappeared, making it Tanjiro and the rest of the gang's new mission to solve the mysterious disappearance. Along with Zenitsu and Inosuke, the protagonist made his way to the train and started investigating after completing their rehabilitation training at the Butter Mansion.

The three were accompanied by Tanjiro's sister, Nezuko, who had turned into a demon herself. They, too, were with the Fire Hashira Kyojuro Rengoku.

As they tried to solve the case, they ended up battling Enmu, a Twelve Kizuki demon who had been terrorizing the Mugen Train passengers. The Twelve Kizuki is the strongest demon group, led by Muzan Kibutsuji, the original demon who only could turn humans into demons.

Will Tanjiro soon face Muzan? Find out when "Demon Slayer" Season 2 finally drops.