HINA HINA! It has been revealed that the fourth season of Golden Kamuy would premiere on October 3, 2022, during the Fall 2022 anime season. After reuniting, “Immortal” Saichi Sugimoto and Asirpa will travel through Karafuto to return to Hokkaido in the upcoming fourth season of the Golden Kamuy anime.
The Ainu girl was able to recall important information, making her a significant figure that everyone is looking for. As the manga concludes, fans can look forward to the October global release of Golden Kamuy season 4, animated by a new studio.
Anime conventions and events in Japan are one of the most intense and thrilling portions of the industry as a whole, with teasers, renewals, and interviews. Fans of Golden Kamuy were overjoyed in March when details about the show’s forthcoming fourth season were revealed during the AnimeJapan convention.
The Fourth Season of Golden Kamuy Has Been Confirmed, But The Studio Has Changed
An additional season of the television version of Golden Kamuy was announced on December 5th, 2021. The first teaser trailer for the series was released by the NBC Universal Anime/Music YouTube account alongside the announcement of the series production.
The most exciting news about the renewal, though, is that a new production facility has been secured for Season 4. In addition to Shizutaka Sugahara replacing Hitoshi Noboru as director in charge, Brain’s Base will be taking over production duties from Geno Studio. My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU (2013), School Babysitters (2018), In/Spectre (2020), Duel Masters (2019), and To Your Eternity (2019) are only a few of the anime series adapted by the new studio (2021).
For a number of years, Golden Kamuy has been among the most reliable shows, however, it has received much too little critical acclaim. Currently, the series has an 8.0 rating on IMDB, a 4.7 rating on Crunchyroll Reviews, and a 7.86 rating, 8.23 rating, and 8.45 rating over its three seasons on MyAnimeList, making it more than popular enough to warrant another TV season.
As an alternative, we can take the position that there is sufficient content in the Golden Kamuy manga to adapt for at least one more season of the anime. As of this writing, a total of 314 chapters have been released across 29 volumes of the manga. Monsters & Critics, however, claims that Season 3 ended somewhere around Chapter 200, making Volume 20 the series’ final installment.
This implies Brain’s Base can draw from nine published volumes of Golden Kamuy for future projects. We have learned when and why Golden Kamuy was picked up for a fourth season.
Expect The Release Date of Season 4?
The fourth season of Golden Kamuy has been scheduled for a 2022 fall premiere.
Season four of Golden Kamuy will premiere in October 2022, as announced during the recent AnimeJapan 2022 event. An all-new teaser trailer was released online as part of the event (it can be viewed here). There was no announcement made on when the first episode of Season 4 of Golden Kamuy would be made available to the public.
In any case, the anime is expected to return on either Monday, October 3rd, or Monday, October 10th, depending on whether or not it will stick to its usual programming block in Japan. Crunchyroll is anticipated to resume simulcasting the anime after their recent merger with Funimation. When information on Golden Kamuy’s worldwide streaming partner and total episode count becomes available, we’ll be sure to update this item.
Based on Satoru Noda‘s manga series of the same name, Golden Kamuy will return for a fourth season in 2022. Season four renewal was confirmed on December 5, 2021. After a season of production by Geno Studio, the season will now be handled by Brain’s Base. Shizutaka Sugahara is the director-in-chief, and Takumi Yamakawa is the character designer. Scriptwriter Noboru Takagi will be back for more. The debut of the new season is scheduled for October 3, 2022.
The plot of “Golden Kamuy” follows a treasure-hunting duo. Japanese combat hero Saichi Sugimoto, better known as “The Immortal” due to his incredible record of survival, is the first. Sugimoto, having made it through the Russo-Japanese War, learns of a cache of gold ore, the map to which is tattooed in fragments on a dispersed group of escaped convicts.
He meets Asirpa, an Ainu girl bent on vengeance for the murder of her father, one of the Ainu miners responsible for discovering the riches, on his travels. The two embark on a perilous adventure together in search of wealth and vengeance. They aren’t the only ones curious about the hidden treasure. Diverse personalities, such as the ex-convict Shiraishi, who has a clue to the treasure’s whereabouts tattooed on his body, travel with them.
First Lieutenant Tsurumi, a Japanese national, is actively working against Sugimoto and Asirpa. Tsurumi goes rogue to find riches with a band of men who solely serve him.
The Plot of Season 4 of Golden Kamuy.
Gold was discovered by indigenous Ainu miners, and while Sugimoto and Asirpa get the bulk of the attention in “Golden Kamuy,” the real story begins with them. As soon as they learned of the treasure, the miners began fighting amongst themselves. The Japanese government captured the lone survivor of their wars and tortured him into disclosing the location of the riches.
However, the last miner refused to surrender the commodities, and instead tattooed the location of the valuables onto the bodies of other inmates. When the inmates break free and go on the run, they bring with them the rumor of hidden Ainu gold, which attracts a number of people, including Sugimoto and Asirpa.
After spending the previous three seasons following the trail left by each prisoner’s tattoos, the two are currently separated en route to Russia. Sugimoto wants to find his missing friends as Asirpa keeps digging for wealth. However, both are currently adrift in an alien environment, with little more than a general idea of what to anticipate from their host country. Find out what difficulties lie ahead in Season 4 of “Golden Kamuy.”
Trailer of Season 4 of Golden Kamuy!
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