Naruto: Slugfest Hosted a Launch Event

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December 18, 2019

Players will be able to experience the nostalgic World of Naruto in a cross-platform on Android and iOS very soon. Cubinet Interactive announced countries that will get to experience Naruto: Slugfest as a Mobile Game Adaptation of the Anime – Naruto Shippuden; namely Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Australia, Philippines, India and other SEA Countries

There are currently 4 unique classes to choose from to match your playstyle. The game also features a state-of-the-art visual graphics that restores the World of Naruto. Elements such as day & night alteration and weather have been added to the game, allowing players an immersive experience.

The game is packed with quests and unique gameplay modes that push the limits of your strategic skills and combat. Through delightful solo quests up to the most difficult trial challenges, players will be able to showcase their strength against other massive and competitive ninjas through group and guild confrontations. The game’s rich content sees to it that players will not have a dull moment and only guarantee an immersive ninja gaming experience.

“We are all here to meet the world’s first Naruto 3D Open World MMORPG Mobile Game Adaptation of Naruto Shippuden. This project has been very exciting for our team, and we aim to bring the same feeling of nostalgia, excitement, and entertainment to the players…” noted by Mr. Rein Magbanua, Naruto: Slugfest Team Representative for Cubinet Interactive.

Those eager ninjas are encouraged to visit www.narutoslugfestm.com to pre-register and get a chance to be one of the Selected Close Beta Testers to experience the game before it officially launches.

Naruto: Slugfest will officially launch for CBT by January 2020

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