Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Jump Festa Trailer

The Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Jump Festa Trailer is now on YouTube for all to see. Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is the next in the Ultimate Ninja Storm series and the first to appear on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. It was announced on December 4 with a release date of sometime in 2015. It will also serve as the final Ultimate Ninja Storm entry as the Naruto manga has ended. The game will once again be published by Bandai Namco Games and developed by CyberConnect2 which has worked on the series for 11 years. They first developed a Naruto game on the PlayStation 2, titled Naruto Ultimate Ninja which was released in 2003 in Japan and 2006 in North America. Since then CyberConnect 2 has released about 14 other Naruto games across a variety of platforms. They also developed the recent JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure fighting title for PlayStation 3. Another popular anime series they adapted was the .hack// franchise which appeared mostly on the PlayStation 2 system.

In the Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Jump Festa Trailer you can view Naruto and Sasuke facing off atop the Valley of the End’s statues. This is prior to their final battle which made up a majority of the final chapters in the Naruto manga. Gigantic battles between summons return, as Hashirama and Madara Uchiha do battle in a flashback duel. The battle appears to have various stages, and the two participants will slowly lose parts of their armor as the fight drags on. Then the finale has you controlling Hashirama’s wooden giant against Madara’s mind-controlled nine tailed fox. The Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Jump Festa Trailer ends with the announcement that its coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam in 2015. The final image also shows a silhouette of Naruto as the sage of six paths with the orbs around him. Puzzlingly the Japanese version of the trailer only states that the game is coming to PlayStation 4. This is probably due to the weak sales of the Xbox One in Japan. However Japan companies have been embracing Steam as both Metal Gear Solid V Ground Zeroes and Final Fantasy XIII were ported to PC this year.