'Naruto Shippuden' episode 487 recap, 488 spoilers: Sasuke and Chino to finally fight?

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Episode 488 of "Naruto Shippuden" will finally conclude Sasuke's story arc. A lot of fans were hoping that they will finally see the fight between Sasuke and Chine in episode 487, but they were greatly disappointed. It remains to be seen if the much-awaited fight will finally happen in the coming episode.

After Sasuke's cover was blown, it wasn't surprising that Fuushin immediately attacked the former. Although Fuushin's jutsu was powerful, it was no match for Sasuke who was able to find its weakness.

Episode 487 of "Naruto Shippuden" also showed a flashback of how Fuushin and Chino became close. Along with three others in their company, the two decided to leave Oyashiro, but they were pursued by Hidden Mist shinobis and were trapped in Hell's valley.

It was during those trying times in a desolate place that Chino was able to tap into her hidden talent, where she realized that she could make those that were under her jutsu spell to explode.

In the coming episode 488 of "Naruto Shippuden," there have been reports claiming that Chino would be interested to know why Sasuke is defending Konoha. When Sasuke reveals that it was his friend, Naruto, who gave him hope about a better world, there are claims that Chino is unable to accept his explanation and would then fight Sasuke.

In other "Naruto Shippuden" news, a new trailer for the latest DLC for "Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4" was released.

The trailer featured five new playable characters in the "Road to Boruto" DLC. These characters are Boruto Uzumaki, Sarada Uchiha, Mitsuki, the "Road to Boruto" version of Naruto Uzumaki, and the "Road to Boruto" version of Sasuke Uchida.

The trailer also revealed that the new characters were will be added in the "Road to Boruto" DLC will have new move sets, as well as a new story mode.

The "Road to Boruto" DLC for "Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4" will be released on Feb. 3.