Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Reveals A New Version of Delta

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Chapter 68, titled Scar, is loaded with surprises as the conflict between the shinobi of the Hidden Leaf Village and the remaining members of the Kara organization continue to escalate.

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Previous chapters of Masashi Kishimoto's shonen manga series had given fans a glimpse of Amado's mysterious new project as a counter to Code in the future, and it was revealed to be a pod much like the same ones that the scientist had been using as a former member of Kara. Chapter 68 finally reveals what Amado had developed.

In the latest chapter of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Code manages to teleport via the claw mark he placed on Shikimaru's back, but it turns out that the villain's plan backfired when Shikimaru reveals that he knew that Code would do this, setting a surprising trapped to counter him.

As soon as Code shows up, Shikimaru activates the pod Amado had developed, and it turns out to be a cyborg codenamed "Bronco", and it's apparently a new version of Delta reprogrammed to protect Konoha and all its assets. There are a few visual differences to the new version, but the important things remain.

Just like the original version, the new Delta has destructive powers, but since she's now on the Hidden Leaf's side, she's already proving to be a useful weapon that they can use against Code. Shikimaru is able to command "Bronco" to target Code, and it looks the villain is struggling to protect himself from Amado's new creation. However, it looks like she will be battling another powerful female cyborg that Amado also created, Eida, in the next chapter.

Related: Is Amado a Villain in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations?

Boruto Chapter 69 is set to release around April 20, 2022, so expect more action from both the new Delta and Eida. Will Eida be able to take her down?

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