The Road To Boruto is something gamers and anime series fans cannot wait to see.The anime business is very big in Japan. However, the popularity can only be acknowledged when it makes waves internationally.
Despite the intense competition anime series, there are still handfuls that make it big time. Naruto is one of these anime’s that had their share of worldwide fame. It started off as a Japanese manga series. Later on it was adapted into an animated series.
The story focused on Naruto Uzumaki. He is an adolescent ninja on his road to becoming the Hokage or leader of his village.
Game Expansion Pack
Now the franchise expanded even further with Road To Boruto. This is the upcoming expansion to the popular Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, as noted by Forbes. The expansion is meant to tie into the spin-off movie that involves all the New Era ninjas such as Naruto’s son, Boruto.
The spin-off film was a successful and interesting attempt to reboot the series. At the same time they were staying true to the original material.
Apart from the new characters added, the essence of the story remains the same. The game was developed by CyberConnect 2. It is still published by Banda Namco Entertainment in Japan.
New Things To Look Forward To
The newest characters added are Boruto Uzumaki, Sarada Uchiha, Mitsuki and Mecha Naruto. According to Saiyan Island, the game also includes the adult versions of Sakura Haruno, Naruto, Sasuke and Gaara.
Bandai Namco on YouTube released a gameplay trailer. It previewed the anime quality graphics and fast-paced combat. There are also clips of the epic story mode that will cover the story between Boruto and his father.
It features some of the most realistic graphics in the Storm series. Also, there are three modes to choose from: Story mode, Adventure Mode, and Online Mode.Players can also choose to watch the movie Boruto: Naruto The Movie.
Those who are interested in seeing the Road To Boruto expansion pack will have to wait until next month. The game will be launched on February 9, 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 via Steam in North America. Europe and Japan, will be getting earlier release dates.
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