'Tekken 7' PS4, PC, Xbox One Release On Feb. 12 Is Not Confirmed
"Tekken 7" developers are expected to make an announcement in a few days regarding the latest details of the game. The release date and new information about the upcoming sequel are reported to happen at the Taipei Game Show 2017.
"Tekken 7" Rumors Hint At A February Release
"Tekken 7" rumors claim that the sequel will likely be released on Feb. 12 for Xbox one, PS4 and the PC. However, product manager Andreas Juliusson said through a post on the Reddit page of the game that the reported release date on the Komplett website is not accurate. He further noted that the said information is only a limitation in the system that forces the new sequel on the website to have a release date to get published.
On the other hand, Bandai Namco also wanted the gaming fans to be made aware about the inaccuracy of the reported release date of "Tekken 7". In line with this, Juliusson announced that the official release date will be revealed later this month, while Bandai Namco is believed to reveal new game details during the Taipei Game Show event, Push Square reported.
"Tekken 7" Releases in North America in June
"Tekken 7" will be released in North America in June 2. According to reports, the Xbox One, PS4 and the PC owners in this region will now be able to get the much-awaited sequel of the popular fighting series.
The three platforms are reportedly offering exclusive bonuses if "Tekken 7" is purchased through them. In fact, the PS4 and PC version of the game will come with a special DLC that can unlock the playable character Eliza, while the Xbox One version will give Eliza to the players, including a free Xbox 360 digital copy of the game. Meantime, the season pass of "Tekken 7" will give access to the three rounds of DLC, gameplay modes and the new characters and stages, according to Techno Buffalo.
Watch "Tekken 7" Official Rage and Sorrow Trailer here: