The Japanese portal Mantan network reported that the third episode of the anime Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-hen, broadcast on television Fuji TV In Japan, it achieved an audience rate of 7.0 percent in the Kanto Area, the world's most populous metropolitan area. In comment forums this was reported as a decrease, since the first episode (who told an original story) had an audience rating of 10.0 percent, followed by the second (which began to repeat the events of the film of the same name) with a rate of 8.0 percent.

Kimetsu no Yaiba TV ratings: Mugen Ressha-hen drops

On the other hand, the second season project of the anime adaptation is already in the air and listed (still unofficially, but through distribution platforms) with a total of eighteen episodes, seven of which Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-hen and eleven before Kimetsu no Yaiba: Yuukaku-hen. The project has aired since last October 10th, starting with the first series while Crispy roll and Funimation take care of their distribution.

It should be remembered that the video game is for smartphones Kimetsu no Yaiba: Chifuu Kengeki Royale will be available in the catalog of QooApp soon in this link.

Summary of Kimetsu no Yaiba

In the Taisho era in Japan, Tanjirou Kamado is a kind and intelligent boy who lives in the mountains with his family. Tanjirou became the head of the family after the death of his father and constantly travels to the village at the foot of the mountain to sell firewood and charcoal. However, his life changes when he returns home one day after a night out and discovers that his family has been killed by a demon. Tanjirou and her sister Nezuko are the only survivors, but she has been turned into a demon, although surprisingly she still shows emotion and appears to have a sense of reason. After meeting Giyuu Tomioka, a demon hunter; Tanjirou decides to become a demon hunter in order to hunt down his family's killer and find a way to get Nezuko back to normal.

Source: Mantan network

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