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They filter the first trailer for Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker

Famitsu took in his journal a few days ago the scene Naruto video games News: announced Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy, which meets the three early titles in the Storm series – differentiated the Ultimate Ninja to dry mainly for allowing us to move in a 3D scenario – and leaves out Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations, Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution and Ultimate Ninja Storm 4; This Trilogy would arrive on July 27 to the Japanese market, without a specific date yet for the West.

But perhaps more interesting was the appearance in its pages of something called Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker and that this time would not be developed for the Stonecutters of the franchise, Cyberconnect2, but by a company called Soleil, which is a subsidiary of the Canadian Studio Valhalla Games International, founded by the footballer Tomonobu Itagaki, who returns to the path of the ninja for the most unexpected way.

This Naruto to Boruto aims to begin to leave the legacy of the most powerful brand in the hands of the son of the own Uzumaki Naruto, Uzumaki Boruto, who already had his first appearance in video games as DLC for Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 and later with more prominence in an expansion of own Ninja Storm 4 entitled Road to Boruto exploiting the slipstream of the OVA Boruto : Naruto the Movie, but now it appears that the transfer to the adventures of the heir comes with more determination, also by the recent broadcast of the first episode of the anime Boruto: Naruto Next Generations this week.

Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker knows that it comes out to Xbox One, PS4 and PC, and that it will focus on fighting multiplayer up to four against four large stages in 3D, across many vertical areas and it seems that even some exploration and platforms. The trailer was leaked yesterday, and the truth is that great potential is seen at first glance.

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