'Naruto Shippuden' Episode 474 Spoilers: Madara Uchiha Died, Series Will End In Episode 475?

"Naruto Shippuden" fans still could not get over the loss of  Madara Uchiha as shown on episode 474 last Sept. 1.

The episode entitled "Congratulations" kicks off with with Hagoromo Ōtsutsuki's expressing his appreciation towards Team 7 for saving the world against his "manipulative matriarch".

As the Sage goes on to praise Kakashi and his team for their victory, the master of Team 7 will insist that all credits must go to his students Naruto, Sakura, and Sasuke.

Unfortunately, the celebration was only short-lived as the series revealed the loss of another character. Madara Uchiha met his demise in "Naruto Shippuden" episode 474. In the said chapter, Hashirama Senju proposed a treaty to Madara Uchiha which allegedly caused his death, after losing the tailed beast and evil statue.

"Naruto Shippuden" episode 474 is indeed an emotional chapter in the series especially when fans witnessed a poignant moment between Naruto and his father, Minato.

According to reports, the scene between Naruto and Minato showcased a "brash and confident" protagonist turn into a rambling son trying to leave a loving message for his parents.

Despite the episode's emotional plot, some fans still expressed their dismay particularly with the "poor visual quality". Some fans even claim that they have dislodged "Naruto Shippuden" as their favorite anime due to poor quality of production.

Meanwhile, fans are now anticipating episode 475 entitled " The Final Valley" as it is reportedly to be the last instalment of the hit anime series. Reports claim that fans can witness the epic battle between Naruto and Sasuke in the next episode. The violent fight between the two will tear off each other's arms just like in the manga series. Will it be the end of an epic anime series? Fans will have to wait and see until episode 475.

"Naruto Shippuden" Episode 475 will air on Sept. 8.

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