The 4v4 team based game strikes again from Jump Festa.
Bandai Namco published two matches from the event, and as expected, it was played and recorded on a PlayStation 4. Ignore the Japanese subtitles and commentary; there’s more to discuss here than the language barriers. The first video shows all four players’ aspects simultaneously, as well as introducing the custom character creation to a certain aspect. (Whoever controlled Naruto seems to have liked falling off into the nothingness, though.)
The second video swaps between the four players on full screen, which sheds more light on the gameplay mode, which is technically capture the flag, now with environmental hazards (not to mention the other team’s attacks).
The multiplayer-focused Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker will launch somewhere in 2018 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.