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“Surprised By Nintendo Switch Announcement “, Stay Tuned For Tekken X Street Fighter: Namco
Tekken 7 has been out for the arcades since 2015 but the PC and console version of the game will drop in early 2017. There are a lot of details yet to be revealed about the PC and console versions and fans would defiantly like to know more. producer Katsuhiro Harada has revealed some new details.
To scratch our itch for more Tekken 7 information, producer Katsuhiro Harada has revealed some new details.
Speaking with Gamespot, Harada talked about the console versions and gave hope to a Nintendo Switch version in the future.
Since the reveal of Nintendo Switch, fans have been itching to know what games will be available on the console. Katsuhiro Harada was asked if Tekken 7 would release for Nintendo Switch and to this, he said the team is surprised by the console’s announcement.
We’re quite surprised by the Nintendo Switch announcement; read into that what you like.
He was also asked if the game would support Sony and Microsoft’s upgraded consoles, Xbox One Scorpio and PlayStation 4 Pro. According to the producer, these platforms are relatively new and it is hard to confirm anything right now.
Tekken X Street fighter was announced years ago, however, the game never made it out of development. When asked about whether or not the development of Tekken X Street Fighter would continue after Tekken 7, Harada said: “Stay Tuned”.
Recently, Harada revealed that Akuma is not a guest character in Tekken 7, he is the part of the story. He again emphasized that Akuma won’t be in the background he is the part of the main story.
Akuma may be a special case. It’s not like other games where we take the character and put him in the character lineup and that’s it. He’s actually part of the story and the game–not just the backstory but actually in the story mode itself.
Tekken 7 is in development at Bandai Namco Entertainment and is scheduled to launch in early 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.