Tekken 7: report in June and collector’s edition

Techno 24 January, 2017

Initially planned for the beginning of 2017, the publisher Bandai Namco announces that Tekken 7 is finally expected for the month of June next on PS4, Xbox One and PC. No mention of a Nintendo Switch version under development.

Bandai Namco recently announced officially that Tekken 7 will be released next June 2 on PS4, Xbox One and PC via a new trailer to also see a Heihachi Mishima drop a tear, certainly because of some carryover Month of this new opus. For the record, in addition to playing as a Mishima in the story mode, players will also enjoy other arches that will involve fighters outside the Mishima clan as Claudio Serafino and his group of exorcists.

This announcement by Bandai Namco was also accompanied by a few pre-order bonuses: if Xbox One players receive an Xbox 360 copy of Tekken 6, PS4 players will have to settle for costumes from Tekken 2 and Tekken 4 for King, Xiaoyu and Jin and a Jukebox mode to listen to the many themes of the series of the famous Japanese producer Katsuhiro Harada. Finally, for any digital preorder, the vampire character Eliza will be offered.

Tekken 7: a collector’s edition at 150 euros with an imposing figurine

Planned for next summer, Tekken 7 will afford a collector’s edition that is worth the detour for fans of the license despite its strong price of 150 euros. Indeed, this famous edition will contain the deluxe edition of the game of Bandai Namco with the season pass and the original band as well as a steelbook box and a figurine of Kazuya Mishima striking Heihachi Mishima (this one measures about 35cm high on 45cm long).