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Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker: How to Play With Friends Online


Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker: How to Play With Friends Online

How to Play With Friends in Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker

Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker is finally available, and with it the chance to play with friends in competitive matches and special co-op missions. Here’s how to play with friends online in Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker.

The latest entry in the growing list of Naruto-inspired video game offerings, Shinobi Striker pits players from around the world against each other in fast-paced, Jutsu-hurling battles for turf, flags and renown amongst the community. Best of all, though, is that players can play alongside one another as teams of up to four players, both in competitive online matches and in VR missions which allow two or more players. The game can be a little unclear on how to set this up though, so some may be wondering how they can play with friends for some joint Jutsu-slinging fun.

To play with friends in Shinobi Striker, one player has to establish a party while signed into PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live, or while online for PC. Once the connection is established, they can then invite players to join their party from the game’s hub. The leader of the party will need the user name of any players they’d like to invite, and invitations to join the party can not be sent while in matchmaking for a VR mission or online competitive matches.

After the invite is sent, the invited players must accept the invitation, and once they do they’ll appear in the party host’s hub world. From there, the party can choose to take part in online matches or take on the game’s co-op VR missions, many of which offer challenges that can only be overcome with careful strategizing and utilization of classes only possible with a well-formed party.

Hopefully this guide makes it easier to figure out how to play with friends online in Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker. Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. for more on Shinobi Striker, check out some of our guides on how to make Ryo and experience as quickly as possible.

Keenan McCall is a freelance journalist with experience in a variety of areas, but for whatever reason, he decided to cover everything related to nerd culture. From games to comics, anime to figures, TV to books and music, he’s always looking for what’s new from the world of entertainment and what it means for the people who consume it. It should also be noted that his Twitter feed is less a series of insightful thoughts and opinions so much as it’s a steady stream of memes, references and cute animal videos.

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