Gamespot began streaming an English trailer on Thursday for Naru Boruto: Bandai Namco Amusement new game in the Naruto franchise, Shinobi Striker.
The video reveals the game will ship for Computer via Steam, X-Box One, and the PlayStation 4. A subsidiary of Valhalla Game Studios, Soleil, is creating the game.
The 19th issue of Shueisha’s Weekly of this year Shonen Jump magazine is revealing the game on Monday. The journal describes Naru Boruto: Shinobi Strikeras an “acrobatic ninja fight” game for the PlayStation 4. The game will have an online element, and gamers can develop four-person cells in multi player to battle against another four-person mobile for a total of eight gamers. The game has no set launch day.
The problem also unveils that Bandai Namco Entertainment is releasing a Narutimate Storm Trilogy game for the play station 4.Narutimate Storm Trilogy bundles the first three games in the Ultimate Ninja Storm (Narutimate Stormin Japan) game series in a single launch. The bundle is slated for release on July 27, and can cost 6,800 yen (about US$6 1). The first edition of the bodily model in Japan of the game will bundle a poster, as well as the first-edition of the digital and physical copies will contain a serial code with entry to see the Boruto anime that screened at last year’s Leap Specific Anime Festa event in Japan.
The first boruto anime game (pictured at right) delivered on the PlayStation 3 in North America in November 2008 as well as in Japan in January 2009.Naruto Shippden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2arrived in The United States and in Japan on the PS3 and Xbox 360 in October 2010, andNaruto Shippden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3arrived on the PS3 and Xbox 360 in March 2013 in The United States and April 2013 in Japan.
boruto anime 4 arrived in North-America and Japan in February 20-16 on the PS-4, X Box One, and PC.Bandai Namco Entertainment released Naruto Shippden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Highway to Boruto, an expansion for the game, in North-America and Europe on February 3 and in Japan on February 2.