Tekken 7 Trailer Revealed at E3 2016
Today at the Microsoft E3 2016 Press Conference Bandai Namco revealed the trailer of Tekken 7 and it will be coming to Xbox One early in 2017.
The news was revealed by Katsuhiro Harada and Michael Murray during Microsoft’s presentation. The company announced shortly after the presentation that Tekken 7 would also be coming to PC via Steam. In addition, the duo revealed that Tekken Tag Tournament 2 will be free for Xbox Live Gold members just this week. Tekken 7 has also been announced for PS4, but no firm release date has been confirmed yet.
Check out the Tekken 7 trailer, showcasing a brawl between Street Fighter character Akuma and Tekken frontman Heihachi Mishima in a cinematic and gameplay style:
“BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc., today announced the TEKKEN 7: The King of the Iron Fist Tournament 2016 – North America, scheduled to hit major North American cities throughout the rest of the year in anticipation of the home console release of TEKKEN 7.
The TEKKEN 7: The King of the Iron Fist Tournament 2016 – North America aims to bring together the top TEKKEN players from around the country for the largest ever TEKKEN tournament in North America for a knockdown, drag-out competition through 18 different cities across the United States and Canada for bragging rights and cash prizes. The nationwide tournament series is the only place in North America for fans to get their hands on the arcade version of TEKKEN 7.”
“The TEKKEN series is a cornerstone of the fighting game community and continues to evolve and advance the genre forward with each installment,” said Katsuhiro Harada, Director of TEKKEN Project at BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc. “I’m excited to see what the North American TEKKENcommunity is made of as they compete over the next seven months in the TEKKEN 7: The King of the Iron Fist Tournament 2016 in North America.”
For more information on Tekken 7, visit its official website.