Boruto Episode 294: Release Date, Time, Recap, and much more2 min read
Boruto Episode 294 will kick start Part 2 of the famed anime series. Moreover, Part 1 of the series closed its curtain after nearly six years, which left the fans to wonder about the future of Boruto and Kawaki.
Here is everything you need to know.
Boruto Episode 294: Release Date and Time
Unfortunately, no release date or window for Boruto Episode 294 has been released as of yet. Hence, we are still uncertain about when Part 2 of the anime will premiere.
Meanwhile, the anime will most likely come after giving more time for the Boruto manga to flesh out its events. Moreover, it might even result in a time skip.
Thus, the fans of Boruto need to be patient and keep their fingers crossed that the episode will be released soon.
Boruto Episode 294: Where And How To Watch?
Similar to all its predecessor episodes, the 294th episode of Boruto will most likely be made available on a number of streaming platforms such as Crunchyroll, Apple TV, and Hulu.
Boruto Episode 294: Preview and speculations
As of now, the future of Boruto remains uncertain. However, the manga has given us hints about what we can expect in the upcoming storyline.
Furthermore, what new challenges will Boruto face after Momoshiki can no longer be able to possess his body?
Subsequently, it raises the question of whether the young shinobi will be successful in protecting himself from the Otsutsuki members who are still after him.
Moreover, fans could not help but wonder whether the events of the Code Invasion arc will change the relationship between Boruto and Kawaki.
Boruto Episode 293: A Quick Recap
The 293rd episode of Boru to is titled, ‘Farewell.’
Fans were left shocked to see Kawaki killing Boruto during an intense battle in episode 292. Boruto Episode 293 picked up from there.
Meanwhile, not all hope was lost, since Momoshiki Otsutsuki came to their rescue. In addition, he used his Karma seal to revive Boruto.
While he saved the life of Boruto, Momoshiki ended up losing the ability to possess the young shinobi’s body as the danger continued to loom over their heads.
The emotions ran high in the previous episode and it centered around the aftermath of Kawaki’s attack on Boruto. Naruto on the other hand appears to be still pondering about the lifeless body of his son.
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.