Tekken 7 is making its way to PlayStation 4.
Celebrating the series’ 20th anniversary, director Katsuhiro Harada graced the stage during Sony’s press conference at Paris Games Week to reveal the title, which will continue to be developed by the Tekken Team at Bandai Namco Entertainment.
The upcoming fighting title will be running on Unreal Engine 4 for the first time in series history.
“Tekken is celebrating its 20th anniversary with the latest chapter in the historic series. Continue the fight amongst the Mishima clan and its newest member: Kazumi Mishima. What secrets will be revealed within the Mishima clan? The epic conclusion will unfold in Tekken 7!”
The game was originally released for arcades in March 2015. This version of the game currently has 27 characters, but Harada added that the PlayStation version will have exclusive content for the console.
Tekken 7 is the ninth entry in the fighting series.
“The fighting franchise with more than two decades of technical level fighting and a deeply dedicated community is back with Tekken 7! The home console version of Tekken 7 benefits from numerous modes along with an intensive canon storyline and many other enhancements to be revealed.”
A press release from Bandai Namco reveals the title is also likely coming to Xbox One.
“In its first appearance on home systems, Tekken 7 will feature numerous modes and enhancements beyond its arcade counterpart, including an in-depth story mode that lets players fully experience the canon storyline.”