Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker Game's 9th DLC Video Previews Madara Uchiha
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe began streaming a promotional video on Thursday for for the Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker game that previews the game's ninth DLC character Madara Uchiha. Similar to other DLC character packs, the character is playable for free, and the paid pack also include Ninjutsu techniques available for players' avatars, and a new set of outfits and weapon accessories. The character launched as the final Season Pass DLC character on Thursday.
Bandai Namco Entertainment UK also began streaming an announcement video from the game's producer Noriaki Niino. He reveals in the video that developers are working on a second Season Pass.
Niino-san, the producer of Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker, has a special announcement to make!— BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment UK (@BandaiNamcoUK) April 4, 2019
Your ninjas fights are far from over… Get ready for more content and updates in the coming months! pic.twitter.com/Qf6sNnEWrf
The game's season pass includes nine DLC packs and the "Great Sages of the Mount Myouboku" accessory. Previous playable DLC characters include Jiraiya, Sarutobi, Orochimaru, the fourth Hokage Minato Namikaze, the second Hokage Tobirama Senju, the first Hokage Hashirama Senju, Tsunade, and Obito Uchiha.
Bandai Namco Entertainment released the game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam in the Americas, Europe, and Southeast Asia on August 31. The game launched in Japan for PlayStation 4 on August 31.
Bandai Namco Entertainment America describes the game:
Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker is a high-speed four vs. four multiplayer title that encourages cooperative play through the use of character-specific roles. Characters are split up into four roles: Attack, Ranged, Defense, and Heal. Teams that utilize these four types of characters will be formidable opponents on the battlefield.
Game Jikkyousha Wakuwaku Band perform the game's theme song "Signal."
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