Oasis Games has announced that, on July 20th, Naruto Online will be hitting PCs in the West. Set in the Naruto universe, Naruto Online is an MMORPG turn-based browser game that follows the story of the Naruto anime, yet continues the tale further.
Five brand-new characters take the stage as well, with each representing one of the elements of earth, water, fire, wind, and lightning. Players can choose to play as one of these five characters to begin their adventure, exploring Naruto Online’s various quests and gameplay modes.
Below, you can check out both the cinematic trailer and the intro trailer for the game.
In addition, Naruto Online features the following:
- Based entirely on the NARUTO Anime Story Line
NARUTO ONLINE currently features 9 chapters of the Naruto storyline for players to go through and explore, featuring all the familiar locations such as the Village Hidden in the Sand and the Valley of the End—the story will continue only in NARUTO ONLINE.
- Relive key scenes from the series with the original voice actors in person
Details such as the original voices of the characters and in-game usage of the series’ scenes will make NARUTO fans instantly familiar with game, entering the world they know from the series.
- Establish your own Ninja Team
Player can recruit their favorite ninjas and fight together with them. All of the ninjas are modelled after characters from the series so as to seamlessly fit in the game world.
- Combo Fighting System
Match the ninjas in your team, making use of the Naruto Bonds-system which can greatly enhance your team’s fighting abilities and manifest groundbreaking combos.
- Gameplay Modes
From Single Player mode to Multi-player dungeons, giant Worldboss battles and battlefields, the game features tons of ways of gaining EXP, obtaining new items and equipment while enhancing your characters and their outfit on the way.
- Ready to play right away
No downloads required, users can create an account in under a minute and start playing right away.
Naruto Online will release for PC in Western regions on July 20th.