With the release date for Tekken 7 on PC and consoles less than a month away, the fighting game’s creators at Bandai Namco Entertainment have decided to offer up yet another trailer for the title, with the latest piece of footage highlighting several of the different personalities inherent in some of the characters on the roster. Although a lot of the gameplay shown has been previously revealed, some fans may enjoy the chance to get another look at some of their favorite fighters.
As seen below in the latest trailer for Tekken 7, the likes of Marshall Law and Feng Wei are depicted first, with the two being locked in a bitter battle between one another, as the footage gives them both ample space to chain together several impressive combos. Following them is a match between the characters Bob and Bryan Fury, who handily pummel each other as one would expect, and then Devil Jin and Hwoarang duke it out.
Several other Tekken 7 characters are highlighted in the trailer above as well, with Gigas, Katarina Alves, and Paul Phoenix also featured. Of course, not every cast member of the fighting game is given time to shine, as the title features a plethora of other characters for players to choose from, with other fan favorites like Eddy Gordo, Heihachi Mishima, and Miguel Caballero Rojo having been excluded from the clip.
Interestingly enough, while the base game for Tekken 7 is slated to have a decent selection of characters on-hand when the game releases for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, Bandai Namco Entertainment also has plans for post-launch content. As a matter of fact, the company has declared that there will be additional DLC guest characters to give players a much bigger breadth of options when it comes to finding out who their favorite fighter will be.
Although fans of Tekken 7 will soon be able to experience the arcade release in their own homes on PC, PS4, and Xbox One relatively soon, there may be other gamers pining for the chance to try their hand mastering the title’s characters who won’t get a chance to do so. As it happens, Tekken 7 is not currently in development for Nintendo Switch, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it won’t ever be, as Bandai Namco Entertainment may eventually create a port for the recently released console from the Big N.
Tekken 7 is slated for release on June 2, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.