Tekken 7 To Be Released For PlayStation 4 And Xbox One
Bandai Corporation's Tekken 7 is an up and coming 3D fighting game, as of now in its development phase for Sony Corporation's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Corporation's Xbox One. However, the game was already released in Japan for arcade.
This is the ninth installation of the Tekken fighting series and will be the first to utilize the new Unreal Engine. The newest Tekken game is viewed as one of the best 3D fighting game as commentators have lauded the game's imaginative fighting mechanics, plot, and characters.
Katsuhiro Harada will declare a formal launch date for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at the up and coming Tokyo Game Show 2015. Tekken 7 did make its debut as an arcade game in Japan on February 2015 and US gamers were able to play the arcade form, secretly, through retailers earlier this month.
Tekken's Katsuhiro Harada is likewise asking the fans, who played the arcade version, to give out solid inputs for the game with the goal of enhancing the gameplay mechanics and alter any bugs, if any.
All through the World Tekken Tournament at EVO 15, Community and Sponsorship chief at MadCatz was satisfied to see the staggering reaction to Tekken 7 and how fans are still enthusiastic to play the game, since Tekken 6's release in 2007.
Tekken 7 is said to acquire enormous changes from the previous versions as it has a greater program with an extra twenty seven characters and returning characters from the past Tekken games. The plot is said to be darker than the past title and closer to the Tekken 4 story plot, this game will stamp the end of the Mishima family storyline, and it will end the fight between Heihachi, Kazuya, and Jin.
Tekken 7 is said to be dropped for the present game consoles with a plausibility of a PC release. Namco is considering a PC port since the game was initially intended on the PlayStation 4, which has a comparative building design close to the PC. Nonetheless, the gameplay footage demonstrates that there won't be a release for the previous generation consoles.