'Tekken 7' Xbox One, PS4 Release Date: Bandai Namco offers 'dark' immense story mode; HD rendered roster unveiled
Bandai Namco's upcoming Tekken 7 release on Xbox One, PS4 is gearing up to conquer the next level of gaming with its latest customization features and gameplay improvements. .
The hottest reveals come from game creator Katsuhiro Harada himself which fuel the excitement of the fans from around the world on what to look forward to in this latest entry to the game series.
A fan asked Harada on Twitter if Tekken 7 will include a story mode in the future.
Harada responded to the query as saying, "I'm planning a lot. Shh.. RT@JinKazshima Will there be some kind of Story mode in Tekken 7 that explains the story with a lot of cut scenes?"
Attack of the Fanboy noted that this story mode will be featured in the console version of Tekken 7. Despite that the game dev is reluctant to spill more beans, it is apparent that it is under way.
He also revealed in his previous tweets that the story will be "dark" that will revolve around the final battle of the Mishima clan. This makes the gamers anxious that it could be the end of their favorite characters.
Bandai Namco shared the latest update on its website the new features included in Tekken 7 and the moves list for each character.
As reported, this newest release of Tekken 7 will use the same control scheme that has been a part of the franchise for more than two decades such as the right punch, left punch, right kick and left kick buttons. Seasoned game geeks should be able to play the game without too much sweat.
Moreover, Tekken 7 release is also the first in the title franchise equipped with powerful Unreal 4 game engine to offer ultimate gaming experience on current gen platforms.
"With Unreal Engine 4, we can rapidly achieve visual quality expected on next-gen platforms and go beyond it," Harada revealed. "Not only is Unreal Engine 4 powerful and easy to use, but it also allows us to bring Tekken 7 to any platform we desire," game producer revealed.
Tekken 7 release has been confirmed to hit Japan for full launch of the arcade version on March 10 and sometime in the near future for Xbox One, PS4 consoles.