Naruto’s return was announced through the official sources of the series, on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary, with four new unpublished episodes: let’s find out all the details together in this dedicated article
Fans of Japanese animated series have, in seasonal groups (which almost entirely follow the real annual seasons) new series to follow, whether unpublished or sequels. However, there are pillars that never stop making ratings, numbers and above all talking about themselves: see Dragon Ball, One Piece and… Naruto. The latter, then, has also seen a direct sequel arrive in recent years with a different protagonist, Boruto, and of which the mid-season finale called Naruto Next Generations is expected. In the past few hours, however, more than interesting news has reached the fans of the franchise, which however does not concern Boruto.
The official website of the anime series has in fact announced that, starting next September, Naruto will return with new episodes. Specifically, we are talking about four completely new episodes, even if it has not yet been specified in what sense, in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the series, which originally began way back in 2002.
Naruto returns with four new unpublished episodes that are added to the 500 of the original series!
Also to follow the celebrations, starting from the month of July in Japan some episodes of the series will be re-broadcast, selected to bring back the most iconic and important moments of the franchise. On the occasion of the twentieth anniversary, last October, Studio Pierrot, which has managed the Naruto anime for all these years, created a 10-minute summary video on the history of the franchise. You can find it below.
The four new unreleased Naruto episodes will add to the 500 of the original series that ended way back in 2007. Let us know what you think below in the comments and stay tuned with us at TechGameWorld.com for all the news on the subject of cinema and TV series!
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