How to Become Chunin in Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker?

How To Get Chunin Rank In Narut to Boruto: Shinobi Striker?

Like every online game, there is always some kind of ranking system, and of course, the developers of Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker decided to transfer the ranking system for Shinobi from Naruto Anime to the game. Every new player needs to learn the basics of the game they play, and Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker is not an exception. While doing quests, it can be sometimes confusing what are you supposed to do. Well, you came to the right place. In this article, we will present you with a little guide on what you need to do to get the rank of Chunin in Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker.

To become a Chunin, a player needs to complete multiple different missions by Konoha’s finest. At first, it sounds troublesome but when you start it is fairly easy. Most of them are tutorial-based missions.

We will list what you need to do and what kind of missions you need to complete to rank from Genin to Chunin Shinobi. Here we go!

Where To Start Missions In Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker?

As we already mentioned, a player needs to go through different missions to rank up and gain experience. After starting the game, players automatically spawn in the middle of Konoha Village and they are surrounded by multiple different Naruto characters who have some kind of blue shard above their heads. That means that they have a mission for you.

The game will automatically show you where to start, and Konohomaru, one of the characters, will direct you to each character. After some lurking through the village, it will be easy to orient through the game’s map.

How To Become Chunin In Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker?

What Missions Need To Be Completed For Chunin Rank In Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker?

VR missions are essentially Virtual Reality simulators where games often teach new players the basics of the game. It also allows players to fail their missions and are ultimately graded for their performance. The grades determine how much experience can you gain. Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker game has a handful of those missions, and if you complete all of them, you get a rank of Chunin.

There are 21 missions available that your Shinobi needs to complete before gaining a rank.

  • “Bell-Stealing Exercise” and “Protect the Village Gate!” missions.

Sakura is in the shop on the left side of Market Square, where she gives you first to missions.

  • “Free Practice of Passionate Youth” and “Steal the Forbidden Scrolls” missions.

Another pair of missions but this time are given by Rock Lee. He is located left of PvP Arena Stairs.

  • “Gamabunta in Peril!” mission.

This is the only mission given by Gaara of Village Hidden by Sand. He is located left of VR Arena Stairs.

  • “Destruction of the Leaf” and “Protect the Village Gate” missions.

This pair of missions are given away by Boruto, Naruto’s son. He is standing next to the stone shrine in the garden.

  • “A Tense Pursuit” mission.

Only mission given by Shikamaru. He is located in front of the Hokage Estate (because being somewhere else is troublesome for him).

  • “Welcome to my Art Exhibit!” and “The White Army’s Assault” missions.

Another part of the InoShikaCho group gives you two missions. Choji is located under the big red gate.

  • “Hidden Leaf Forest Night Terrors” and “Run! Choji Express” missions.

Sai, the newer member of Team 7, gives you two missions, and he is located left of the Hokage state.

  • “Storming the Akatsuki Fortress” mission.

This mission is the only one given by Mitsuki. He is located next to Sasuke on Market Square.

  • “The Inescapable Water Prison” and “Team 7 Battle” missions.

Tenten gives you two missions. She is located left side of Market Square and is a shopkeeper.

  • “Byakugan” mission.

Hinata gives you one mission for studying Byakugan. She is located on the left side of the garden.

  • “Checka-Checka-Check it Out!” and “Kurama Battle” missions.

Sarada, Sasuke’s and Sakura’s daughter, gives you two missions and is located near Tenten’s shop.

  • “Uchiha Power” mission

This mission is given by Sasuke and is the second to last mission you need to complete to become a Chunin. He is located in front of the Ninjutsu Library.

  • “It’s Training Time!” mission.

The final mission is given by Hokage himself, Naruto. Of course, he gives you the hardest mission that you need to complete before becoming a Chunin.

Before tackling these last missions, try to grind while solving these missions. If you don’t have friends, check out someone to play with you, because in the last mission you are facing Kurama, the nine-tail beast. It is really hard because you are not dealing that much damage and Kurama is constantly attacking you with powers that are not easy to avoid.

If you manage to beat the nine-tail beast, you will be informed of the new rank – chunin.

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What Perks Do You Get For Chunin Rank In Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker?

So, now what? Was the hard work worth it? It really was. You get access to all kinds of gear, items, and outfits that you can use in your journey to become the best Shinobi in Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker. It is worthwhile for PvP game modes, and other missions that require good gear for playing against your opponents.

All in all, it is worth it, and it should be an integral goal if you want to get better gear. Hopefully, we helped you in your journey to becoming the best possible Shinobi in Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker game. It is still free on the PS Plus store, so grab it while you still can.

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