May 26, 2016 03:08 AM EDT
'Tekken 7: Fated Retribution' PS4 Release Date & News: Bandai Namco To Unveil Console Version on E3 2016? [TRAILER]
Last year, Bandai Namco's "Tekken 7: Fated Retribution" had a limited arcade version release in Japan. Another arcade update will be released in the country in July 2016. The gaming company has announced that a PS4 version of the game is coming and it looks like the English version of the game may be unveiled next month at the E3 2016 conference.
Bandai Namco To Give "Tekken 7" Updates on E3 2016?
The Japanese gaming company has not announced an official release date for the English arcade and console version of the game. It is likely that Bandai Namco will be announcing "Tekken 7: Fated Retribution" deets and insights on the E3 event next month.
New information is hoped to go alongside with the months-long "King of Iron Fist Tournament 2016" event that is currently hosted by North America and joined by players from 17 countries, according to Crossmap.
Fans are clamoring for the release of "Tekken 7: Fated Retribution" because Bandai Namco revealed that there will be never-seen-before content for the PS4 version. It is possible that they will be announcing new details in the event as they have not revealed their game line up, Parent Herald reported. However, there is no official announcement yet.
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Top "Tekken" Players Compete in The King of Iron First Tournament 2016
According to a press release by Bandai Namco, the tournament has already started last February and will end this year in November. Top "Tekken" players in the West are competing to win $3,000 for every tournament and the ultimate winner will go home with the grand prize of $20,000.
In this tournament, experienced players go mano a mano with others in "Tekken 7: Fated Retribution." Other than Japanese players who have played the arcade version of game, this is the only time that Westerners can play it with its currently unannounced release.
Do you think "Tekken" fans will get a glimpse of latest fighting game next month? Let us know what you think of "Fated Retribution" and what you are excited about in the comments below.
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