Upcoming “Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4” is set to showcase a massive set of playable characters on release date. Will gamers get to use Boruto Uzumaki and Sarada Uchiha? Read on for more details.
Just like “Naruto” creator Masashi Kishimoto, it was said that video gaming company CyberConnect2 aimed to make the title memorable for every fan.
With the upcoming release of “Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4,” CyberConnect2 recently included Boruto Uzamaki and Sarada Uchiha as playable characters. Fans will get to use Boruto’s unique and powerful Rasengan that blinks as it approaches an enemy target.
On the other hand, gamers could also play Sarada Uchiha and use Shannaro, which she called Sakura Haruno as mother and the one who gave it to her. Sakura is her biological mother after all.
Using Boruto and Sarada as a team would make a killer combination, akin to the Naruto and Sasuke team up in the forthcoming “Boruto: Naruto the Movie.” Not to mention that various fans were expecting that a budding romance between the two young ninjas is on the way.
Forbes’ Ollie Barder said including “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” characters in the “Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4” was a step Kishimoto made in order to strengthen and keep new fans interested. This would also show how Boruto, Sarada, and other new generation of ninjas could continue what their predecessors started.
“At the very least with the inclusion of characters from ‘Boruto’ this new game will be nothing if not comprehensive,” Barder said.
Lazygamer recorded the full list of the playable characters that users could have in the upcoming game. Expect various Naruto versions such as The Last Six Paths (Six-Tailed Form), and more.
Pre-Akatsuki characters were also included such as Temari, Sasori, Deidara, Kakuzu, and Hidan. Reanimation of playable characters were in the list as well such as Roshi (Son Goku), Yugito Nii (Matatabi), Utakata (Saiken), Han (Kokuo), and Fu (Chomei).
“Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4” is set to be released on Feb. 9, ’16.
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