‘Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing' Latest Update Adds New Characters And Features
Bandai Namco Entertainment has just released new updates for its mobile game application inspired from the “Naruto” animated series. It has revealed two new additional playable characters in the game. Along with that, new features have also been added for better gaming experience.
Naruto Shippuuden Mobile Game Update
The ultimate ninja series that has already ventured on mobile platforms has finally updated with new characters. “Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing” has now added the beloved characters, Uzumaki Naruto and Haruno Sakura in its roster of in-game playable ninjas. Apparently, Naruto can be obtained as soon as the user logs in to his/her account. Naruto's special Rasengan move is also featured in the teaser of the game as one of the skills players can use.
Aside from the new characters, as a special treat for loyal players of the said mobile game, players can earn up to 22 pearls a day just by logging in to their respective accounts every day. In addition to the surprises, the features of the game has been enhanced making it easier for players to get around the game. A new communication feature has been launched in-game that will let players issue commands on markers placed as well as use stamps as set phrases. The added feature of inputting visual cues improves the communication between players. All of these updates are reportedly already available on Google Play Store and will be released on the App Store for iOS devices soon.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing Is Free-To-Play
“Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing”, also referred to as “Naruto Shippuden Narutimate Blazing” is a free to play mobile game application, which also offers in-app purchases for quick progression in the game. The game is based on the story and characters of the “Naruto: Ultimate Ninja” game series as well as the “Naruto” series, and allows players to engage in combat using various ninjas with different sets of skills as well as interact with other players all around the world. The said mobile platform game is available on devices that on iOS and Android.
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