'Tekken 7' Bandai Namco Apologizes For Delayed Release Date; Katsuhiro Harada Relayed Deluxe Edition Contents
"Tekken 7" was originally planned to launch in the early part of 2017. Yet, Bandai Namco just announced that the game has moved to another release date.
In an interview with Game Spot during the press event in Tokyo last week, project leader Katsuhiro Harada confirmed that they saw some glitches in the part of the titles which lacks contents. Harada added that some titles were from their company and some were from outside which earned negative comments from the gamers.
The team decided to check the contents first in order to avoid negative reviews and continue forward, even though this made the delay of the release. The delay was a hard decision for them and it was also done through a process which leads to that result.
Game Rant also reported that fans have been asking why the game has been delayed. "Tekken 7" Deluxe Edition contents has been revealed by a British retailer, but no further details have been fully given out regarding the game.
In regards to the specs and features of the highly acclaimed game, there are so many innovations and changes. It is presumed that new characters and challenges are integrated into the game. Since it is a limited release, the gamers are still waiting for the announcement regarding the season pass, but Bandai Namco has not divulged details of that as well.
For the gaming enthusiasts, pre-orders are slated to roll out sooner than expected. "Tekken 7" DLC update will also feature two playable characters. It boasts of integrating 30 metallic costumes for those that have an affinity for new designs and new concepts. The pre-order will also include the presence of the vampiric fighter Eliza.
The game is scheduled to launch on June 2, 2017, for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. In addition, an arcade edition of the game is available in Japan.