Tekken: Bandai Namco Teases New Game at the EVO 2022 Event

Only a little portion of a forthcoming Tekken project has been revealed by Bandai Namco. After the Tekken 7 Grand Finals, Bandai Namco presented a preview for the upcoming Tekken 7 update on stage at EVO 2022. The legendary Tekken clip of Kazuya Mishima throwing his father Heihachi Mishima down a cliff was shown at the end of a trailer.

When the cutscene zooms in on Kazuya’s face, it abruptly changes from the PlayStation version of the character from 1994 to one with a more contemporary appearance. The trailer then fades to black and displays the words “Get Ready.”

Katsuhiro Harada, the series’ director, momentarily appeared on the official EVO stream but said absolutely nothing more about the tease. Although we can’t be certain just yet, it’s safe to presume that this teaser refers to Tekken 8. Although there’s a potential it may be a remake or relaunch of the franchise, the trailer featured footage from the first installment of Tekken. We’ll just have to wait and see as Bandai Namco hasn’t made any announcements about this project just yet.

Since its initial release in 2017, Tekken 7 has gotten a tonne of DLC support. Tekken 7, has received a whopping 9.5 rankings and it “strikes a nice balance between accessibility to series novices and keeping much of its technical traditions.”

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