'Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4: Road to Boruto' Expansion Introduces New Playable Characters, Ninja Skills; No More Games After Storm 4?

Pending its release in February 2017, Bandai Namco has been generous in teasing fans with the Road to Boruto expansion of "Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4." Reports revealed that the new campaign will have an additional playable character, Orochimaru's daughter Mitsuki. As predicted, Boruto Uzumaki and Sarada Uchiha are included. But in the expansion, they will have new powerful moves that players haven't seen in the game yet.

New Abilities And Characters

"Naruto" fans have much to look forward to after it's been confirmed that the "Road to Boruto" expansion will include Mitsuki as a playable character in addition to Boruto and Sarada. The new DLC would also include abilities that are not in the original version of the game. In the leaked scans, Boruto appears to have a new skill that combines traditional Rasengan with lighting- style jutsu.

The End For "Naruto Storm" Series

Aside from the characters, the expansion would introduce a story mode and an adventure mode based on "Boruto: Naruto the Movie." Hopefully, this update can keep up with the intensity of Storm 4's existing storyline that focuses on the last arc of the series.

The game, which would be available in early February in 2017, would only include the expansion pack unless you are in Japan where players get the game and the expansion pack. Currently, "Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4" is available on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

While there's much to look forward to with the latest updates on the "Road to Boruto" expansion, this may be the last game CyberConnect2 releases based on Naruto's adventures. There are possibilities, however, that the developers would continue releasing games inspired by Naruto. If Boruto follows the footsteps of Naruto and gains the same massive following that his father's story did, CyberConnect2 could release another game as speculated in some reports.

As of now, however, the game developers join "Naruto" fans who are saddened by the ultimate end of Naruto's story.

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