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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Preview Teases The End of The Battle Against Code

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Chapter 67, titled Rift, will be released in a few days, and it's expected to answer if Boruto actually died after Kawaki's deadly attack in the previous chapter. Now, a new preview for next month's chapter teases the conclusion of the battle against Code, and teases how the shonen manga's story "takes a new turn" after.

In the previous chapter, Boruto Uzumaki has fallen as a result of his part in the battle against Code, with Kawaki being forced to blast a hole through Naruto's son in order to stop the evil plans of Momoshiki, the villain hiding inside the body of Boruto. However, the villainous Code, who has the jutsu that gives him the ability to create claw marks on any surface that helps him teleport to anywhere the cuts have been made, still lives, and now, the preview for the chapter after this month's is teasing how the battle against him will end.

Twitter User Abdul_S17 shared the new promo for the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Chapter 68, which is set to be released this March, and it will seemingly take place after the end of the battle against Code, with Kara members Daemon and Eida waiting.

Update: The tweet has been deleted, so fans will have to wait for more updates to find out more about Chapter 68.

While the current battle against Code may come to an end soon, it's likely that the powerful villain will make his next move, and it's likely that we will see him, Ada, and Daemon execute their bigger plans against the ninjas of Konoha. Then there's also Kawaki: If he survives the battle against Code, how will Naruto react to what he has done to his son?

Related: Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Chapter 67 Title and Cover Art Reportedly Revealed

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Chapter 67 is set to release on Feb. 20. Expect more previews in the next few days leading to the chapter's release. You can read more details about the latest chapter here.

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