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Nov 21, 2016 07:05 AM EST

'Tekken 7' News & Update: New Trailer Revealed! Home Version Release Date On 2017 [VIDEO]

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Get your combos and joysticks ready because fans of the iconic fighting game "Tekken" are in for a real treat as a recent trailer was unveiled featuring Bandai Namco's latest installment to the franchise, "Tekken 7." Moreover, it was confirmed as well that the home version of the game is slated for a 2017 release date.

It was recently reported that has recently launched a new trailer for "Tekken 7" that gave its fans a preview of a few story beats and the action-packed gameplay players can expect, Gamespot has learned.

The source went on to detail that most of the game's new trailer highlighted a lot of cinematics and non-gameplay aspects. As fans get to see in high-detail what the game can offer graphically, the last remaining scenes featured the game's fast-paced action gameplay.

It was also mentioned that the home version for "Tekken 7" is set for an early 2017 release date, Gamespot reported.

Despite the numerous delays, it has been confirmed by the game's creator, Katsuhiro Harada, that utilizing the new Unreal Engine 4 has helped throttle the development time and made it more convenient for them to port "Tekken 7" to other gaming platforms, Two Left Sticks noted.

As such, Harada has also stated in an interview with Gamespot that porting the game to PC has been possible with the decision of switching to Unreal Engine 4. Moreover, he went on to state that a lot of the gamers nowadays would prefer to play on PC rather than console.

As to the latest next-gen consoles, such as PlayStation 4 Pro, Xbox One Scorpio and the Nintendo Switch, Hanada said that these platforms are fairly new to them and that there isn't much to say about "Tekken 7" being made available to these platforms anytime soon.

With all these said, it seems that fans of "Tekken 7" can expect the game to reach their homes in early 2017.

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