Here is everything you need to know about Boruto Episode 266.
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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations serves as a sequel to the globally famous manga series Naruto.
It is written by Ukyō Kodachi and Masashi Kishimoto with Mikio Ikemoto working as an illustrator.
Moreover, the series follows the adventures of Naruto’s son, Boruto, and his friends.
Boruto Episode 265: A Quick Recap
Episode 265 of Boruto is titled, ‘Team Rivalry: Practical Skills Training!’
In the episode, we saw Hana leading the students toward a forest to teach them about survival skills.
Furthermore, Himawari was partnered with Kae and Sosha. Kawaki on the other hand ended up being with Harika and Soul. The episode subsequently showcased the class performing several tasks assigned by their teacher.
As the episode proceeds, Himawari and Kae were chased by a bear. However, Kawaki arrived just in time to defeat the animal.
Episode 266: What To Expect?
The upcoming episode of Boruto is titled, ‘The Himawari Kidnapping Incident.’
As the title suggests, the episode will mainly center around a criminal group abducting Himawari and Osuka. Additionally, the preview teased that Himawari will realize that her abductors are ninjas judging from their technique and movements.
Meanwhile, fans are suspecting that Himawari was kidnapped only for her connection with Osuka, who happens to be the daughter of globally recognized celebrities.
Boruto Episode 266: Release Date
The anime series is going to follow its weekly schedule. Hence, the next episode of Boruto is expected to premiere on the 11th of September.
Moreover, it will release globally on the following dates and times:
- Pacific Daylight Time: 2 am
- Central Daylight Time: 4 am
- Eastern Daylight Time: 5 am
- British Summer Time: 10 am
- Central European Summer Time: 11 am
- Indian Standard Time: 2:30 pm
- Philippine Time: 5 pm
- Australian Central Daylight Time: 6:30 pm
Boruto Episode 266: Where And How To Watch?
You can watch the upcoming episode of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations on online streaming platforms such as Crunchyroll, Apple TV, and Hulu.