Tekken 7 has been confirmed for release on PS4, Xbox One and PC – the latter platform for the very first time. There’s also an E3 2016 trailer that shows the infamous Heihachi and raging Akuma.
The Tekken franchise has sold more then 45 million games across the world, and over a period of more than 20 years, and it enters a new chapter following a series of enhancements, reworks and new features together with the biggest move-set list to date.
The game features more than 30 characters, including brand new ones), among them a notable invitee: Akuma from the Street Fighter-series! The demon himself known for his shoto-style moves seems to be close to Kazumi, Heihachi’s wife. With this addition, players will be able to unveil the concluding story of the Mishima family!
For the first time ever, the feud between the Mishima Zaibatsu and the G Corporation will be powered by Unreal Engine 4. With this move, Bandai Namco Studios will provide intense fighting moments to players of all ranks thanks to stunning cinematics woven into gameplay.
Delphine Janczak, Brand Manager at Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe: “Tekken is well-known across the world for its amazing gameplay mechanics, but also storyline. With Tekken 7, fans will discover the epic conclusion to this saga. Bandai Namco Studios is utilizing the latest technologies in order to bring a high quality game to players across all major platforms: PC, Xbox One and PS4. Don’t forget: whether it’s in Tekken 7 or in real life, all fights are personal! Prepare to get in the arena.”
In celebration of Tekken 7’s announcement for the Xbox One, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is now free to download for a limited time for Xbox Live Gold members on Xbox One and Xbox 360, from now up until June 21st at 11am UK time, and it can also be enjoyed on the Xbox One via backward compatibility.