Need a full breakdown for the release date and time for Boruto chapter 57? Read our rundown for international audiences here!
Despite only releasing new chapters once a month, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations can take over Twitter for several days when a new chapter drops.
Now that fans have had a chance to digest chapter 56, we breakdown the release date and time for Boruto: Naruto Next Generations chapter 57.
Boruto chapter 57: Release date
- Boruto chapter 57 is scheduled to be released on Tuesday, April 20th, 2021.
This according to the official Boruto section on Viz Media’s Shonen Jump.
Boruto chapter 57: Release time
We are expecting Boruto chapter 57 to be released at midnight JST on Tuesday, April 20th.
If this release time remains correct, the English translations for chapter 57 should become available online at the following times:
- Pacific Time: 9 AM
- Central Time: 11 AM
- Eastern Time: Noon
- British Time: 5 PM
NOTE: These times are approximations based on the release schedule of previous chapters and are subject to change.
Boruto chapter 57: Spoilers
SPOILER WARNING: Do not read on unless you wish to know potential spoilers for Boruto 57.
- The chapter is titled ‘Eida’ and opens with Eida, Code and Bug talking.
- Code commands Bug to wake up Eida, but Bug says that he can’t control her.
- The five kage summit is also taking place, where they are discussing the raids.
- Gaara then asks Naruto if he could take down Boruto if he was taken over by Momoshiki – he says he can.
- Scene switches to Amado, who reveals that they had a daughter who died.
- Amado says that she has some pills that weaken the Byakugan and can slow down Boruto’s transformation.
- Code greets Eida who ignores him, Code then gets angry and threatens to dispose of her.
- But Code can’t move his claws – is this one of Eida’s powers?
- Eida explains how she is like a surveillance camera in every room in the world and explains how she can also look into the past.
As always, take leaked spoilers with a pinch of salt and read chapters through official sources.
By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]