Tekken 7 producer Katsuhiro Harada has stated that US SJWs prevented the inclusion of swimsuits in the game.
The game is already available in Japan and has swimsuit costumes for all in-game characters. However, when a fan asked whether Tekken 7 swimsuit costumes will be available in the US release of the game, Harada responded with:
Ask your country’s SJWs. HAHAHAHAHA.
A little later, he deleted the tweet after a little backlash from the community:
@itsJenSim this message is not for females.
But I'm sorry if you are sad.
I'll delete that.
— Katsuhiro Harada (@HaradayTEKKEN) July 8, 2016
Tekken 7 Swimsuit Costumes
In response to another fan, Harada said that Tekken Tag Tournament II has swimsuit costumes for all characters including Kuma/Panda, Ogre, Kangroo, True Ogre, but US SJWs is preventing it!
— Katsuhiro Harada (@HaradayTEKKEN) July 6, 2016
Despite the fact that Katsuhiro Harada is blaming US SJWs, CraveOnline notes that there is nothing against the swimsuit costumes for Tekken Tag Tournament II which is obviously confusing. On top of it, Harada recently said that may be Tekken 7 swimsuit costumes will arrive as a paid DLC.
One important thing that you need to note here is that swimsuit costumes in Tekken Tag Tournament II were a part of paid DLC, so I would not be surprised as Tekken 7 gets swimsuit costumes as a paid DLC.
In relevant Tekken 7 news, the game’s producer recently discussed things like revamped mechanics, crafting, and even microtransactions. The director discussed as to why the studio decided to do away with signature bound attacks from Tekken 6 and Tekken Tag Tournament II in the favor of a tailspin attack which will lead to shorter combos. To read up more, head over to the post!
Currently only available in Arcades, Tekken 7 is scheduled to release on PC, Xbox One, and Playstation 4 sometime in early 2017 – exact release date is currently not known!