The Promised Neverland Episode 4 Official Synopsis Released

The Promised Neverland episode 3 is out and this episode was great as usual. The initial episode of the anime begins off with quite the bang, giving an interesting atmosphere, cute and fun characters, and a dark & encouraging plot. So Now, Let’s break down & predict the events of The Promised Neverland Episode 4.

Note: Spoilers ahead!

Recently, a description for The Promised Neverland Episode 4 released online. The episode title “291045” will air on January 31, and this summary questions how will Emma & her comrades move forward!? Twitter user @OrganicDinosaur translated episode 4 summary that highlighted in the ‘Jump Animation information Base.’

The Promised Neverland Episode 4 Official Synopsis

The Promised Neverland Episode 4

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The battle of brains to outwit Isabella… Begins! the new synopsis for The Promised Neverland episode 4 reads as translated by Twitter user Organic Dinosaur.

Emma and her comrades are bewildered by the existence of someone who’s betraying them! Emma is disturbed when she finds out that there’s a child who betrayed them by informing Isabella of their activities. Norman and Ray even mobilize in order to discover who betrayed them, on the other hand, Isabella summons Krone and in order to ask her about the living situation of the house…

How will Emma and her comrades move forward!? Emma wants to have faith in the children who live in the house. She takes Ray’s advice, and surveys Gilda and the others?

Continuing, the synopsis of TPN episode 4 goes on to tease the plans for their prison break.
In order to outsmart Isabella’s surveillance, Norman tells Emma and Ray some strategies. They have decided on the timing of their prison break. To overcome an obstacle in their plan, They decided to make a trap for the one who’s been betraying them.

When is The Promised Neverland episode 4 air date?

The following episode of TPN will air on January 31, 2019, on its official timing.

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Sister Krone appears like an even extra “true believer” than Mama. She now picked up on Mama being a little easy on her “farm” and is not detailed with how she is attempting to break the older children for observing what they shouldn’t have viewed. She believes Mama isn’t doing sufficient to put the kids in line and is seeking to frighten them even more with her acts of force and what not. If the children require a better chance of breaking out, they might require to take out Sister Krone first.

Every time Emma, Norman, and Ray assemble in the forest, I worry that they’re being observed by Isabella and that she’s going to jump out any time. My fears were heightened after watching the last episode, Mom got very suspicious when Ray wasn’t at his normal place under the tree reading books. Can’t wait for The Promised Neverland Episode 4.

The Mystery Behind The Promised Neverland Episode Titles

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The episode titles seem to be dates in TPN world. The first two numbers resemble to lead to the day the episode essentially takes place, the second number presumably corresponds to the month, and the last number is a 2 figure representation of the year which is 2045. We can also verify this by observing that Connie was taken out on October 12th, which matches with episode 1’s title (121045), and observing that episode 2 seems to be the next day (131045), we have the 3rd part of the proof. In the end, we’re shown a calendar showing us that the episode concludes on the 28th, so The Promised Neverland Episode 4 title should be 291045.

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The children seem to recollect that it’s 2015 for some reason as well, which is exciting. Perhaps sometime between 2015 & 2045, the demons took over human society, and the moms tell the children that it’s 2015 so that dates & times in the books they study and other items that might have dates on them don’t make any mysterious questions.

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