New gameplay details revealed for NARUTO TO BORUTO: SHINOBI STRIKER

Bandai Namco revealed today more details about the gameplay of its acrobatic ninja battle action game, NARUTO TO BORUTO: SHINOBI STRIKER. Developed by Soleil, this new action game enables players to compete online in 4 vs. 4 matches against other teams, with all eight ninjas fighting simultaneously to become elite ninja masters.

Players will compete on large 3D stages and they can choose between 4 different types of Ninjutsu:

  • Attack-type fighters such as Naruto Uzumaki, Kakashi Hatake and Pain will have powerful, fast and strong attacks.
  • Ranged-type fighters such as Sasuke Uchiha, Itachi Uchiha and Konan who are famous for their long-distance attacks.
  • Defense-type fighters like Kisame Hoshigaki who are able to reinforce his defense.
  • Heal-type fighters like Sakura Haruno will be able to heal themselves and other players.

Revealed also today are the two main battle modes: Barrier mode and Flag mode which are playable in 4 vs 4. Teams are split into Offense and Defense in the Barrier mode where they have to defeat the boss, and in the Flag mode teams of 4 shinobi have to capture each other’s flag and take it back to their territory. Other sub mission modes such as the escort, extermination and subjugation will allow players to co-op with friends to achieve their missions.

Enjoy!

Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker - PS4/XB1/PC - Ninja Types (English Trailer)

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