Here is everything you need to know about Boruto Episode 267.
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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 266: A Quick Recap
Episode 266 of Boruto is titled, ‘The Himawari Kidnapping Incident.’
In the previous episode, we saw Himawari and Osuka being kidnapped by the ringleader. Moreover, the ringleader threatened to sell Himawari when he learns that she is the daughter of Naruto.
Nevertheless, later in the episode, we see Himawari displaying her abilities as she tries to save her friend from the abductors.
Boruto Episode 267: What To Expect?
The upcoming episode of Boruto is titled, ‘Kawaki’s Cover Blown?’
As per the preview, we have gathered that the 267th episode will center around the students preparing for a school play which will most likely be based on Naruto Uzumaki’s life.
Furthermore, the teaser hinted we will see Himawari dressed up as her grandfather aka Hokage Minato.
Elsewhere, it is unlikely we will see the main antagonist of the arc in the next episode. However, since the previous episode introduced us to him/her, many suspects that the real adventure of Kae and Kawaki will start soon.
Boruto Episode 267: Release Date
The anime series is going to follow its weekly schedule. Hence, the next episode of Boruto is expected to premiere on the 18th 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
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Boruto Episode 267: 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.