The anime Higurashi: When They Cry – Gou or Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Gou is based on the visual novel series of the same name created by a Japanese writer who goes by the PenNaem “Ryukishi07”. The murder mystery series has already had two seasons before. This time its reboot is being released in October 2020 by Passione after being delayed for a long period (originally scheduled for a July release). The series has finally graced us and Higurashi Episode 4 is close at hand so let’s dig into all that we know about it.
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Higurashi Episode 4 Announcement & Release Date
The last episode of Higurashi i.e. the third one titled “Demon Deception Chapter – Part 3” aired on 15 October 2020. Considering the weekly pattern followed by the show for the release of a new episode, the next or the fourth episode will be released on 22 October 2020, Thursday. The anime licensed by Funimation will complete its course after a run of 24 episodes.
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Higurashi Episode 4 Storyline
Moving to a new place and settling there can be a nightmare of a job. Keiichi Maebara is experiencing something similar after shifting to Hinamizawa Village, an otherwise peaceful place. The situation at his new school on the other hand has been very welcoming since he didn’t encounter any trouble while making new friends. However, his intuition regarding this remote village is constantly ticking off and filling him with a sense of trepidation.
Episode 3 of Higurashi is now available on Funimation. Stay tuned to that space to catch the 4th episode as well.
Higurashi Episode 4 Characters
Here’s the list of characters that we will be meeting throughout the series.
- Rena Ryugu voiced by Mai Nakahara
- Satoko Hojo voiced by Mika Kanai
- Mion Sonozaki
Shion Sonozaki voiced by Satsuki Yukino
- Keiichi Maebara voiced by Soichiro Hoshi
- Rika Furude voiced by Yukari Tamura
- Kuraudo Oishi voiced by Chafurin
- Rumiko Chie voiced by Fumiko Orikasa
- Miyo Takano voiced by Miki Ito
- Jiro Tomitake voiced by Toru Ohkawa
- Kyosuke Irie voiced by Toshihiko Seki
- Hanyu voiced by Yui Horie
Anime Lab’s channel on YouTube has released the trailer for the new Higurashi project. Check it out below:
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