‘Tekken 7’ Release Date, Latest News & Updates: Newest Trailer Reveals a Completely New Story Mode
Fans are in it for a huge surprise as "Tekken" has finally unveiled its latest game installment to the iconic franchise, "Tekken 7". Moreover, it was also confirmed that a home version is also slated for a release this 2017.
It was recently announced that the latest "Tekken 7" trailer gave its fans a sneak peeks of a few of their story beats and even what to expect from is gameplay. Although the most of the trailer's part is dedicated to its amazing cinematics and some of its character's storylines, fans would nevertheless be thrilled at it. According to Gamespot, the last third of the latest trailer or so features a rapid sequence of some of its gameplay. GameSpot reports.
Claudio Serafino, one of "Tekken 7's" latest character has also been introduced in the trailer. He is the leader of Archers Sirius who might play a major role in "Tekken's" storyboard as Mishima Zaibatsu tries to persuade him and his group to merge with the clan. Also, Lee Chaolan, Heihachi's adopted son, will return to join the King of Iron Fist tournament under Violet Systems who's considered to have a direct conflict of the Mishima clan.
According to MStar News, "Tekken 7" has been available in almost all Japanese arcades for almost a year and a half. However, Bandai Namco is planning to release a home version in early 2017 for Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC.
According to its developer, Katsuhiro Harada, utilizing Unreal Engine 4 has greatly helped shorten the development time and made it even more convenient for them to transfer "Tekken" to other game console platforms. He also stated that utilizing the Unreal Engine 4 has made the task of porting the game to its PC version was made easier. He also went on stating that several gamers nowadays would most likely prefer to play on PC rather than playing it with a console.
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