Naruto x Boruto: Borutical Generations short trailer, screenshots

PC browser game due out in 2018 in Japan.

Bandai Namco has released a short trailer and screenshots for Naruto x Boruto: Borutical Generations, its upcoming Yahoo! Games PC browser game due out in 2018 in Japan.

Here is an overview of the game, via our previous coverage:

In Naruto x Boruto: Borutical Generations, players can link up with a large number of players and battle together in turn-based command battles. Players will assemble a unit of four main characters and two sub-characters to fight, and the effects of cooperative arts will change based on party formation.

The game includes two battle modes. “Combat” mode follows the story of Naruto in his younger years up until the new age of Boruto, while the “Tailed Beast Subjugation Battle” mode consists of multiplayer-based cooperative battles.

Here are the screenshots, via the game’s official website:

Naruto x Boruto: Borutical Generations

Naruto x Boruto: Borutical Generations

Naruto x Boruto: Borutical Generations

Naruto x Boruto: Borutical Generations

Naruto x Boruto: Borutical Generations

Naruto x Boruto: Borutical Generations

Watch the short trailer below.

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