The anime of Naruto Shippuden ended in 2017, 5 years ago. Despite this, many fans are still discovering the series even today, while the most experienced ones close to the franchise will surely read Boruto 73, the latest chapter released in the Shippuden manga sequel.
One of the most popular characters in the world is Naruto sasuke, Naruto's friend-foe from the start of the series. The second son of one of the Leaf Village's most important families, Sasuke has always lived alone due to his clan's extermination at the hands of his brother Itachi. In Naruto's ending, Sasuke decides to join the evil ninja Orochimaru to increase his strength. Because of this, CHand what about Sasuke in Naruto Shippuden?
In the second animated series of Naruto, Sasuke makes his debut in the saga of the long-awaited reunion, where he is escorted into the cave by Naruto and his team Orochimaru. Later in the story, the young Uchiha will decide to kill the Sannin and then go to the Uchiha hideout to defeat his brother Itachi once and for all. Sasuke himself will have the upper hand by a hair's breadth.
Through Tobi he then learns the real reasons why Itachi exterminated the Uchiha: behind it was a conspiracy hatched in the upper floors of the Leaf Village. Hearing this news, Sasuke decides to join the Alba Association and gain the upper hand at the summit of the Five Kage Faces I dance Shimuraone of the culprits of Itachi's betrayal.
After a confrontation with his older brother brought back to life by a forbidden technique, Sasuke will help Naruto and Sakura defeat them Madara Uchiha, ending the Fourth Ninja World War. In the Shippuden finale, the final battle for Sasuke will be against him Naruto in the valley of the epilogue, which ends in a draw. The last survivor of the Uchiha will then decide to embark on a journey of redemption and eventually return to Leaf Village and get married sakura.
So ends the story of Sasuke Uchiha in Naruto Shippuden. The series finale was heavily criticized, particularly for the epilogue of Sakura's character growing very little in Naruto Shippuden. Nevertheless, the love for the series from Masashi Kishimoto and its positives continue to be plenty, and likely will remain so over the years.