'Tekken 7: Fated Retribution' Trailer & Gameplay: Features New Characters, Combos & Power-Ups, Last Installment Of Series Coming To Consoles

By Paige McClure , Updated Feb 19, 2017 02:29 AM EST
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"Tekken 7: Fated Retribution" is striking its way out to become the most imposing game series after 20 years of the original version's introduction to the PS console. Slated to be launched in June 2017, the game has been announced to offer new characters, game fight combinations and power-ups for the gamers' excitement. However, this game series is facing its extinction as it is said to be the last installment coming up to the console.

In a report by PCAdvisor, "Tekken 7: Fated Retribution" will bounce back with a dark gameplay as it will feature the conclusion of the Mishima clan adventure. However, gaming fans will be accorded with many new things as the new characters will join the fight. Kazumi Mishima, the wife of Heichachi Mishima and Kazuya's mother. In addition to these new characters, the arcade version of the game will feature Akuma and Nina Williams.

According to Gamerant, the video trailer that was released for "Tekken 7: Fated Retribution" shows the street fighter Akuma fighting Heichachi, the main character. The fighters super combo "Raging Demon" is being featured as one of the most awaited power-ups. Well, Nina Williams will come out in a deadly bride costume along with the feature of the updated Rage Attack and Rage Arts.

It would be an exciting reunion for the gaming fans and the characters that they have been with and followed for the last 20 years in the upcoming "Tekken 7: Fated Retribution". The main attraction is that the old and new will meet and fight together. Details of their roles as well as that of the other characters that will be added will be announced from time to time before the game's launch as revealed by Bandai Namco's Community Manager, Gaëtan Gireme.

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