'Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja STORM 4' news: New gameplay shows young Obito Uchiha, Kakashi Hatake

0

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment released yet another new gameplay video for their upcoming and much anticipated game “Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja STORM 4,” this time featuring a battle between the team of Rin Nohara and Hanabi Hyuga The Last Version against the team of the kid versions of Obito Uchiha and Kakashi Hatake.

The gameplay video showcased how the four characters would work out in the game, showing their basic moves as well as their special skills to deal massive damage to their opponents. Finishing moves involve a short cut scene coming from the original “Naruto Shippuden” anime.

Just recently, GameSpot released a gameplay video as well involving a climactic fight of the Nine Tails Tailed beast Kurama against the monstrous ten Tails Tailed Beast. Kurama’s attacks are fixed to shoot towards locked-on targets, and against the Ten Tails, the target is focused on the eye of the beast. After a long series of single target and area effect Dispersed Tailed Beast Bombs attacks, Kurama was able to bring the beast to its critical health point, where the final cutscene loads afterwardsKiller Bee arrives, and Naruto with the entire team of the Allied Shinobi Forces come together to finally take down Madara.

Players who will be pre-ordering the upcoming game will be able to own exclusive characters and early access to costumes for the game. Boruto Uzumaki and Sarada Uchiha will be given as unlocked playable characters as a pre-order bonus and will never be made available in the game in any way again. On the other hand, Naruto (THE LAST version) and Sasuke (THE LAST version) will be will be given on early access, Kakashi Hatake (THE LAST version), Sakura Haruno (THE LAST version), and Hinata Hy?ga (THE LAST version) costumes will be given away for free as well.

“Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja STORM 4” will be available for the PS4, Xbox One and PC on Feb. 4, 2016 in Japan, Feb. 5 for the European region, and Feb. 9 for the rest of the world.