Boruto Episode 292: Release Date, Time, Recap, and much more2 min read
Boruto Episode 292 will mark the second last episode of the anime before the finale will conclude Part 1 of the show.
Here is everything you need to know.
Boruto Episode 292: Release Date and Time
Boruto Episode 292 is scheduled to release on Sunday, March 19, 2023. According to the Japanese timezone, the upcoming episode will be released around 5:30 pm.
Moreover, it will release globally on the following dates and times:
Pacific Standard Time: 12:30 am
Central Standard Time: 2:30 am
Eastern Standard Time: 3:30 am
British Standard Time: 8:30 am
Central European Time: 9:30 am
Indian Standard Time: 2 pm
Philippine Standard Time: 4:30 pm
Australia Central Standard Time: 6 pm
Boruto Episode 292: Where And How To Watch?
In addition, the 292nd episode of Boruto will be available to watch on a number of streaming platforms including Crunchyroll, Apple TV, and Hulu.
Boruto Episode 292: Preview and speculations
Boruto Episode 292 is reportedly titled, ‘Hunger.’
According to the preview, Momoshiki will most likely get control of Boruto in the upcoming episode. In addition, we might get to see whether Code is truly strong enough to defeat Momoshiki.
Meanwhile, the episode following 292 will mark the final episode of Part 1 of the anime.
The official website for Naruto confirmed in an announcement that the series is all set to take a hiatus after the premiere of episode 293.
They said, ‘Naruto Next Generations began in April of 2017. Six years have passed since then, but episode 293, set to air on March 26th (JST), will mark the last episode of the first part of the series.’
Boruto Episode 291: A Quick Recap
The 291st episode of Boruto is titled, ‘Control.’
The previous episode began with Code introducing himself and admitting that he reveres Boruto since he is an Otsutsuki.
In addition, Code says although he is sad to feed Boruto to Ten Tails he must do it to develop the Sacred Tree.
Kawaki on the other hand pleads with Boruto to flee from the situation. However, the blonde protagonist is determined to end the fight once and for all.
Furthermore, the battle begins with Boruto using shadow clones as he futilely tries to hit Code. Additionally, Code employs White Karma to overpower his opponent.
Moreover, Code later realizes that Boruto does not know how to use Karma as he only seems to use it to increase his speed and power.
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations is a sequel to the famed manga series Naruto. Besides that, it is composed by Ukyō Kodachi and Masashi Kishimoto. Meanwhile, Mikio Ikemoto is an illustrator.Countdown