Bandai Namco has shared only a glimpse of an upcoming Tekken mission.
On stage at EVO 2022, after the Tekken 7 Grand Finals, Bandai Namco shared a trailer for its subsequent Tekken 7 replace. On the conclusion of a trailer, they confirmed the long-lasting Tekken cutscene of Kazuya Mishima throwing his father, Heihachi Mishima off a cliff.
On the level when the cutscene zooms in on Kazuya’s face, it immediately swaps from 1994’s PlayStation model of Kazuya to a really trendy-wanting model of the character. “Get Prepared” then seems on the display, earlier than the trailer fades to black. You may skip to the 1:40 mark within the video beneath to observe the teaser.
Prepared your fists for extra 👊
📣 A free replace with battle stability changes can be applied in #TEKKEN 7
🗓 The International Finals of the #TWT2023 can be held on February 4-5, 2023 in Amsterdam…watch till the tip! pic.twitter.com/47cMCc0VXI— TEKKEN (@TEKKEN) August 8, 2022
Collection director Katsuhiro Harada briefly confirmed up on the official EVO stream, however did not elaborate in any respect on the tease. Whereas we do not know for certain simply but, it is in all probability protected to imagine that this teaser is pointing in direction of Tekken 8. Nonetheless, the teaser explicitly used footage from the unique Tekken, so there’s an opportunity it may very well be a remake or reboot of the sequence. There’s nothing official from Bandai Namco simply but on what this mission is, so we’ll simply have to attend and see.
Tekken 7 initially launched in 2017, and has acquired a ton of DLC assist since launch. We gave the sport a 9.5 in our Tekken 7 assessment, saying the sport, “strikes a positive stability between accessibility to sequence newcomers and retaining a lot of its technical traditions.
For extra combating sport information from EVO, try SNK’s announcement of a model new Deadly Fury sport, rollback netcode coming to Dragon Ball FighterZ, and PlayStation’s EVO survey about NFTs.
Screens – Tekken 7 [Version 3.00]