Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Game's English Promo Video Previews Kana-Boon Song (Updated)
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Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe began streaming an English-subtitled Japan Expo trailer on Thursday for the Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 (Naruto Shippūden Narutimate Storm 4) game. The video previews Kana-Boon's opening song "Spiral" and previews Kaguya Ōtsutsuki — the first user of chakra — who will be a playable character in the game.
The video also reveals pre-order bonuses for the European release. Those who pre-order the game will receive Boruto and Sarada as playable characters and a character skin for Kakashi from The Last -Naruto the Movie-. Additionally, those who pre-order the game will get early access to Naruto and Sasuke from The Last -Naruto the Movie- as playable characters plus a combination secret technique for the two characters, as well as character skins for Sakura and Hinata with their The Last -Naruto the Movie- costumes.
The European version of the game will also get a collector's edition that will include a Naruto figurine from The Last -Naruto the Movie-, a metal plate with an exclusive illustration, a "FuturePack," a "Storm Memories" artbook, and a collector's box.
The rock band Kana-Boon wrote "Spiral" specifically to be the opening theme of the game. The band has already contributed theme songs to the Naruto Shippuden television anime and Boruto -Naruto the Movie-.
Naruto Shippūden Narutimate Storm 4 will feature the largest number of fighters in the series history. That roster includes characters from the fight between Hashirama and Madara, as well as characters from The Last -Naruto the Movie-. The game will also recreate the Shinobi World War.
Those who buy the game in Japan on its initial release will receive Boruto and Sarada — the stars of Boruto -Naruto the Movie- — as playable characters. The initial release will also include The Sixth Hokage costume for Kakashi and The Last -Naruto the Movie- costumes for Sakura and Hinata.
Bandai Namco Entertainment will release the game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC (via Steam) in the West this fall. The Japanese release will also ship this fall, but no PC or Xbox One release has been confirmed for that region.
Update: Bandai Namco Entertainment America posted the same trailer on Thursday, confirming that America will get the same pre-order bonuses as Europe. The American video, however, does not mention a collector's edition.
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