‘Tekken 7’: Game Will Be Released After ‘Tekken Revolution’ Shutdown, Kuma And Panda Returns

By Lilibeth C , Updated Jan 02, 2017 11:22 PM EST

Bandai Namco revealed that two characters Kuma and Panda will be returning as playable rosters of "Tekken 7." Reports have also been saying that the game will be released right after the shutdown of its counterpart "Tekken Revolution."

"Tekken 7" release date is yet to be confirmed by Bandai Namco but the game has been scheduled for PlayStation and Xbox Platforms on 2017. Must Tech News wrote that the games arcade version has been released in Japan in 2015, though it did not make a huge success due to its limited market.

The shutdown of its previous version, the "Tekken Revolution" will be a great surprise to players who have been playing it which may also make them feel discourage. Though the game will be replaced by its newest version wherein, gamers can also experience the same as its classic version with more exciting battles.

WCCF Tech also wrote that the game has been in demand across Europe and North America. Creator Katsuhiro Harada confirmed that it is one of the most popular game ever. He also added that the game has sold out 95% outside Japan.

The plan to launch "Tekken 7" on PS and Xbox Platforms next year would be to broaden its popularity and market as well. Bandai Namco also confirms that one of the reasons why the game has been a great hit is because it does not use high-end weapons or mega explosives unlike any other game like CoD and Battlefield. Changes to gameplay will also be implemented by Bandai Namco, as well as new story modes with combined action pack.

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