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‘Tekken 7’ coming to PS4

At Sony’s Paris Games Week press conference, representatives from Bandai Namco took the stage to confirm that the latest installment in the classic Tekken fighting franchise is coming to the PlayStation 4. Tekken 7, which is actually already out in Japanese arcades, will also feature compatibility with PlayStation VR.

On the PlayStation Blogs, Bandai Namco Entertainment’s Community Manager David Lee wrote that “the fighting franchise with more than two decades of technical level fighting and a deeply dedicated community is back with Tekken 7! It will be running on Unreal Engine 4 for the first time with highly detailed characters and dynamic environments. The home console version of Tekken 7 benefits from numerous modes along with an intensive canon storyline and many other enhancements to be revealed.”

“Tekken is celebrating its 20th anniversary with the latest chapter in the historic series. Continue the fight amongst the Mishima clan and its newest member: Kazumi Mishima. What secrets will be revealed within the Mishima clan? The epic conclusion will unfold in Tekken 7!”

No release date or release window was announced.

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