‘Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing’ Adds New Characters, New Features For Better Gaming Experience Introduced


Bandai Namco Entertainment releases new updates for its "Naruto" inspired mobile game - new updates such as additional main characters and also new features for better gaming experience. The "Ultimate Ninja" series is already a hit on mobile platforms, and with the addition of new characters and features, it would enhance the game for the fans.

Two new characters that are added to "Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing" includes Haruno Sakura and Uzumaki Naruto, which fans are eager to play with. This adds more depth and more characters to an already vast roster of ninjas. A video ad showscases Naruto's special Rasengan move that can be used in the game.

According to Post, "Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing" adds 22 pearls a day simply just by logging into their accounts everyday. Pearls are hard to achieve as the game lengthens, and would force users to purchase using real money. The pearl bonus is a big help to new and starting gamers. Features also showcases on how players could get around certain tasks easier than before. With a new feature, players can now command-using markers placed, stamps and also set phrases, a feature that was not available before.

Siliconera reported that "Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing" update is already available in the Google Play Store and soon will be made also for the iOS users. Users of iOS would simply need to wait a little longer but must not lose hope, as the update would also come to them.

To those who are interested in playing the game and thinking if it requires their own money to buy, they think wrong as "Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing" is a free-to-play mobile app. In-app purchases are also available to help users in certain task and also to customize their game. With this game, players interact with other players by communicating, fighting and using skills of different ninjas.

"Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing" is inspired by the "Naruto" series.

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