Naruto Shippuden Episode 480 Spoilers: Focuses On Viewer's Favorite Character

By stphntapulao , Oct 11, 2016 07:55 PM EDT

This next episode of Naruto Shippuden will act as its epilogue. It is entitled 'Naruto and Hinata'. It will take 15 years after the Fourth Shinobi World War was depicted in the previous episodes. There have been a lot of theory on what might happen afer the ultimate battle of Naruto and Sasuke. There are hints that the show will cover chapter 700 of its episode 479. However the latest episode of "Naruto Shippuden" has gone on a different route.

According to News Everyday, Episode 479 is entitled Uzamaki Naruto. This episode reportedly show how Naruto and Sasuke worked together to release their fellow ninjas still trapped in the dream loop or Infinite Tsukuyomi. The episode also shows a recovering Naruto walking around the village and talking to Shikamura and his sensei as well as Team Seven leader Kakashi.

The latest episode of Naruto Shippuden has taken on the last chapters of the manga series. It will take two parts of the story. There are additional series to be released after the battle between Naruto and Sasuke. There are also hints that Naruto's son will have his own animated series.

It has previously been reported by  Mobile en Apps that non-stop battle between Naruto and Sasuke is over. Starting with the episode 480 of Naruto Shippuden. The anime will take on a different route. Each episode will be made up of - Part A and Part B - and will feature different characters. In the said episode,  fans can see Naruto who is now the host of Kyuubi, trains all alone in the forest. In the middle of his hard training, a special someone appears.

"Naruto Shippuden" is almost on its ending; which is why creators are trying to extend the anime as far as the story can get. There is no news yet on when the endmost two chapters of the manga would be covered but hopefully, it would be right after Episode 483.

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