'Tekken 7' Latest News & Update: Developers Can't Sustain DLC, Free Content for Extended Period - Katsuhiro Harada
Players are still in limbo about when "Tekken 7" will unleash, especially that even producer Katsuhiro Harada is thrift on providing details.
Well at least, the gaming world received information about "Tekken 7" resolution which will run at eye candy 1080p at 60fps. It all make sense because fast-paced combat gameplay usually demand seamless frame rate. While this setup is a leap from arcade nature of Tekken franchise, Harada is confident that they can employ the experience in consoles.
Now here is something to tickle the expectants' imagination, Harada boasts that the franchise exists for 20 years already without any setbacks. Since then, every iteration offers something new to the public. Meaning, "Tekken 7" will sport something extra for those in consoles, PlayStation Lifestyle reported.
Harada admits that "Tekken 7" is going to face a tough challenge on how to sustain the game for longer durantion. Players are constantly bugging the developer for longtime commitment to supply DLC for free. However, "Tekken 7" can only provide free content for three-month tops after release date. Harada assured that the development team is discussing about DLC plans though.
Now about "Tekken 7" characters, Harada spoilt the storyline albeit expected plot of the game. The game will still center on Heaihachi and Kazuya Mishima conflict. But then there will be explanations coming to the players about why the father and son seems to harbor bad blood in the first place anyway. Further, some mysteries and questions left hanging in previous Tekken releases will be answered this time around.
In related development, Game Reactor reported that this year's edition of "Tekken 7" King of the Iron Fist was a success. Jimmy Tran was crowned for victory after dispatching his final opponent, Hua Luu. Tran who is commonly known as "Mr. Naps" bagged the $10,000 pot prize while Luu took $4,000 for second place finish.