'Tekken 7' Release Date, News & Update: Story Mode More Immersive; Game To Feature More of Kazuya-Heihachi Feud? More Gameplay Details Revealed

By Kaye Reese , Updated Nov 21, 2016 11:25 AM EST
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The highly anticipated "Tekken 7" continues to excite video gamers across the world as the prospect of the popular arcade game will finally hit store shelves in early 2017. And the new trailer for the upcoming game has only served to fan the flames for fans as it appears to be just as breathtaking and action-packed as it posits itself to be.

The bulk of the trailer proudly showcased "Tekken 7" impressive cinematics and other gameplay elements, including a rapid sequence of the fight sequences that players could expect from the game. But apart from the action, story arcs and 3D, what else can players expect from "Tekken 7" and its debut on the PC?

What to expect from 'Tekken 7'

First, the newest trailer for "Tekken 7" provides glimpses and hints into what the game will be all about. According to iDigital Times, the latest installment in the Tekken franchise will be about the Mishima family and the ongoing feud between Heihachi and Kazuya. It will also be introducing newcomer Claudio Serafino, a leader of secret exorcist group Archers of Sirius. By this account, it's likely that "Tekken 7" will be focusing on Serafino and his investigation into why Mishimi Zaibatsu was interested in the group's services.

Immersive gameplay

In an interview with GameSpot, producer Katsuhiro Harada also talked about the new Story mode incorporated into "Tekken 7." Before, he said, fighting games like the Tekken franchise would merely say a little dialogue before engaging into the battle. But now, with "Tekken 7," the gameplay would be much more immersive, in that there's going to be an overarching narrative in relation to the players' opponents, depending on their health or age, for example.

Excited for the upcoming launch of the popular Bandai Namco game? "Tekken 7" will be released by early 2017.

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