Tekken 7 is set to release in the early 2017 and, oh boy, how excited it will be! Tekken 7 has been released in Japan but unfortunately, the other parts of the world need to wait just a tad little more for the launch. Who hasn’t heard or even played the fast fighting and combating system of the Tekken anyway? Tekken is considered as one of the legendary names in the gaming industry and it is for some good reasons. If you are one of the Tekken fans, this is a worth to wait gaming title this year.
Tekken 7 Development and Release Plan
Although it is confirmed that Tekken 7 will release in 2017, it is pretty surprising that there hasn’t been any official announcement about the exact date. However, it should be exciting that the game will be available soon for Microsoft Windows, PS4, and Xbox One. Bandai Namco Entertainment will be responsible for the development and the publishing of the game. Despite the name, this is the ninth series from Tekken universe and it is the first series using the Unreal Engine platform. In Japan, this game had been released in March 2015. Later on, Tekken 7: Fated Retribution (the updated arcade type) was launched in July 2016 – again, only in Japan. The updated version includes newer additions such as new characters, items, stages, and costumes. And for the release in the western countries, it will be the updated one.
Aside from the several developments, the new game will include Power Crush and also Rage Art, new mechanisms that are guaranteed to make the game better. If you are curious about the development, you can check the latest Tekken 7 trailer and mesmerized by it! The trailer alone promises you a lot of excitement and enjoyment.
Tekken 7 New Mechanism
The game basically focuses on one-on-one battle mode. The Rage Art introduces the system where players can perform critical attacks that can inflict 30% of the damage. The Power Crush allows the players to keep doing attacks although they are being hit by the enemy. Naturally, they will also get some damages from the attack.
Tekken 7 Story
According to Katsuhiro Harada, the plot in this game will be similar to Tekken 4 which is darker and gloomier. It will be the conclusive series, answering the questions of conflicts between Heihachi Mishima, Kazuya Mishima, and Jin Kazama – as well as ending the Mishima clan saga. Sounds like a promising game for Tekken 7 fans, doesn’t it?