Tekken 7 is now 7 years old and many fans of the series are waiting for a new version in this fighting game series.
Bandai Namco has just announced that they will be rolling out a free update for Tekken 7 on August 17, with tweaks and changes to rebalance the game as well as add new competitive strategies.
However, what caught the attention of fans in this announcement were not the balance edits, but the images showing the very clear change of the iconic character Kazuya Mishima with a brief message that name “Get Ready”, many gamers think that this message seems to signal a new Tekken game.
Tekken is currently out for PC (Steam), PS4 and Xbox One. This game is 7 years old and the Tekken series still doesn’t have a version for new consoles, so it makes sense for Bandai Namco to develop a new version of Tekken.
Because although Tekken 7 can still run stably on these new systems, it is clear that a new version will help gamers enjoy better graphics as well as more interesting gameplay based on the experience gained from the game. Current version. Although Namco Bandai has not responded to any questions, many fans believe that a Tekken version released at this time is completely reasonable.
Chances are we’ll get to know more about the game (perhaps it’ll be called Tekken 8?) at the final events of the Tekken World Tour 2022 Global Finals tournament series, which in turn take place towards the end of the series. August, mid-September and early October.