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Jul 14, 2016 11:22 AM EDT

'Tekken 7' Will Run 60 FPS At 1080p On The PS4, Game Producer Confirms; Swimsuit DLC Pushed Back [TRAILER]


'Tekken 7' will run 60 fps at 1080p on the PlayStation 4, which was confirmed by the game's producer, Katsuhiro Harada; but the swimsuit costumes DLC release was pushed back.

Harada had confirmed the news on his Twitter account, announcing that the new installment in the popular fighting game would run 60 frames per second at 1080p resolution on the PS4, PlayStation Lifestyle reported.

Although it is yet unclear if "Tekken 7" would run the same specifications on the Xbox One, as Harada failed to address the other console.

Despite giving no specific release date, the game studio is adamant that it would fulfill an early 2017 release of the game for the PS4, Xbox One, as well as onto PCs.

Fans of the console has been known to publicly request the fast 60 fps feature displayed at 1080p resolution since the last-generation consoles reign, as it was relatively readily available for PC gamers.

Industry analysts are optimistic that "Tekken 7" would also be released with the same rated speed, although history had revealed that the Xbox One is open to the idea of sacrificing game resolution to obtain a smoother frame rate, according to Ubergizmo.

Rumors have surfaced since Bandai Namco's announcement that a sequel to the fighting game is in developement that a swimsuit costume DLC would also accompany the new game.

Harada has been asked by a fan on Twitter if the western version of "Tekken 7" would feature a swimsuit costume option, Attack of the Fanboy reported.

The game producer had responded in a similar fashion, albeit the tweet has since been deleted; poking fun on the SJWs, the game producer prompted the fan to ask the country's SJWs if they would allow it, followed by laughter.

Fans are left wondering if the game would release such option, but nevertheless, gamers would be treated with another installment to the beloved fighting series. The future looks promising for Bandai Namco's slated game for early 2017.

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