Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 - Road To Boruto DLC Will Include Orochimaru Clone As Playable Character

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 will have an Orochimaru Clone in the game. Players can use it as a playable character via the Road to Boruto DLC.

Mitsuki - Latest Playable Character

Team Konahamaru's third member Mitsuki has been confirmed, according to Naruto Videogames. To those unfamiliar with this character, Mitsuki is the sixth clone of Orochimaru. This possibly explains his exceptional skills although he seems to be a decent person than his "father". It is said that Mitsuki can surpass many exceptional shinobi including Orochimaru in the near future. It's interesting to see a fight between Boruto and Mitsuki once they reached their full potential.

Mitsuki Lore

According to the Lore, Mitsuki joined the Hidden Village and entered the Ninja academy due to Boruto. He was later assigned to Konohamaru's squad along with Boruto and Sarada. Mitsuki's prowess is impressive enough that he could defeat ninja's older than him. He also passed the Chunin Examinations with ease. The three team mates are also working on an "Ultimate Team Jutsu" in which each individual will contribute their power to the jutsu. The other member, Sarada is the daughter of Sasuke and Sakura. The hero of the DLC, Boruto is the son of Naruto and Hinata.

Road to Boruto is a continuation of the Naruto Shippuden manga and anime series. Bandai Namco is expected to reveal more playable characters and further details in the coming days.

Road To Boruto DLC Release Date

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 players could avail of the upcoming Road to Boruto DLC on February 3, 2017. The upcoming DLC will cost around $20. On that date, a full edition will also be available which will include all the three DLC and two additional modes, skins and Sound Four Ninjas. The game is available in various platforms including PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC.

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