Naruto Online Officially Releasing in the West For PC

The game will be released on July 20 for PC.


The Naruto Online MMORPG will be coming to PC for territories in the West, publisher Oasis Games announced today. The game will be released on July 20, and is officially licensed from Bandai Namco Entertainment.

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Naruto Online will follow the storyline of the Naruto anime (which is based on the Naruto manga), going through all nine arcs and beyond, although it is unknown if it will cover the events of Boruto: Naruto The Movie. Players will be able step into the role of one of five new characters, each representing the element of earth, water, fire, wind, or lightning. Combat will be turn-based, and players will be able to recruit characters from the Naruto universe and fight together with them. Ninjas in a player's team can be matched with one another using the Naruto Bonds-system, which can greatly boost a team's fighting abilities and result in new combos.

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Characters will be voiced by their original actors from the show. Iconic locations from the Naruto anime such as the Village Hidden in the Sand and Valley of the End will feature in Naruto Online.

Single player and multi-player dungeons will be available. There will also be featured world boss battles that appear on a large scale in-game. Players can sign up to play via the Naruto Online website.

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