Roblox Project Slayers has quickly gone on to become one of the most visited/played games in Roblox. Although it’s still yet to hit that coveted 1 billion visits mark, it’s slowly but steadily climbing toward it. As of now, Project Slayers has a total of 435 million+ visits and will more likely keep increasing. Like Anime Adventures, Grand Piece Online, and others, Project Slayers is also based on anime. And in this case, it’s – Demon Slayer. The popularity of Ufotable’s anime adaptation of Koyoharu Gotouge’s Demon Slayer manga has contributed a lot to making Project Slayers a rising star in the sea of countless Roblox games. However, the developers and the updates they publish are also a big part of why Project Slayers is where it is now. And in relation to that, many players are asking about the release date for Update 2 of the game.
If you are even a bit familiar with modern games, you must know just how important updates are. For starters, they generate a lot of interest in a particular game and keep players excited, giving the community an incentive to stick around and see what new content the developers will release. Similarly, Update 1.5 for Project Slayers was a hit, and this made players more than excited to see what Update 2 will bring. So, when is it coming out? Let’s find out!
Roblox Project Slayers Update 2 Release Date, New Obi Demon Art (Daki), Father Spider, & More
At the time of writing this article, we don’t have any official updates on the release date of Update 2 for Project Slayers. The developers haven’t communicated anything substantial and are very hush-hush about this upcoming update. At this point in time, no one is sure when the upcoming update for Project Slayers will be released. But, if we take into consideration that Update 1 (released in Nov 2022) and Update 1.5 (released in May 2023) had a release gap of 6 months, the upcoming Update 2 for Roblox Project Slayers might also follow the same timeline and will most likely be released in December 2023. This is, of course, just speculation and should be taken with a pinch of salt.
Update 1.5 of Project Slayers came out on May 19th, 2023, and with it came a lot of changes. New bosses, locations, clans, katanas, a new trading system, and much more are part of the current 1.5 update released for the game. This is the most recent update, and if the amount of content players got in Update 1.5 is anything to go by, then the chances of Update 2 arriving right now are very slim.
Update 2 Content and Leaks
Well, we might not have anything related to the release date of Update 2 for Project Slayers, but we do have some leaks and information to share. According to a leak, it is expected that players will be getting a new Demon Art in the game. Called the Obi Demon Art by the community for now (subject to change), this one is more or less confirmed. Used by Daki in Demon Slayer, this new blood demon art has become a fan favorite thanks to the release of the Demon Slayer’s Entertainment Arc.
There is also speculation related to Father Spider being added in Project Slayers Update 2 along with the current strongest Hashira, Gyomei Himejima, the Stone Hashira. Father Spider could be added as a boss in the next update, while the introduction of Gyomei will lead to the addition of Stone Breathing. Although there is speculation stating that Love breathing and Serpent breathing are also going to be added, we can’t really say for sure. Here’s the tweet that revealed the Father Spider model for Project Slayers:
We believe that this next update for Project Slayers will focus on the Entertainment District Arc, considering that Update 1 was about Mugen Train. The addition of Daki’s Obi Blood Demon Art adds to that theory. Now, as with most major updates, players will be getting new weapons, items, and such. We might also see Daki herself as a boss in Update 2. We might even get the Love Hashira too, but this statement is swinging on a huge 50-50 pendulum.
Note: If you didn’t already know, the content we have featured is based on leaks and speculation, and there is no official confirmation from the developers regarding its release in Update 2 for Project Slayers. So, make sure to take this information with a pinch of salt.
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