Tekken 8: Teaser from EVO implies Game may be Coming

Tekken 8: An EVO 2022 teaser suggested a new Tekken game. During the fighting game championship, a footage depicted Kazuya dumping his father Heihachi down a cliff to gain vengeance. Instead of finishing as the camera zooms in on his grin, static appears and an older, disfigured Kazuya with a red eye appears. It says “READY.”

Tekken 8 A 30-second trailer isn’t much, but rumours about a remake and sequel to Tekken have been circulating. The teaser portrays an older Kazuya, thus it’s likely not a remake.

Tekken 8 was detected in a catalogue of titles in Nvidia’s GeForce Now client last year. Another leak game has been verified, joining GTA: The Trilogy, PC adaptations of God of War and Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Street Fighter 6, and others.

When Tekken 7 was revealed for PC, we chatted with series director Katsuhiro Harada. Harada was asked whether Tekken 7 would be a live-service platform or if Tekken 8 was inevitable “If players enjoy 7 and want more like it, that may happen. Or we might release the game and then decide to modify it so much that we need a new number. We have some early ideas, but it all depends on the players.”

Tekken 8

Netflix is releasing Tekken: Bloodline, an anime-styled adaption based on Tekken 3. Jin Kazama, Kazuya’s son, trains alongside his grandpa Heihachi as he seeks retribution against Ogre. 18 August.

About Tekken 8

Tekken is a Japanese media property built on a series of fighting video and arcade games. Film and print versions exist.

The main games in the series follow the King of Iron Fist Tournament, hosted by the Mishima Zaibatsu, where players control a plethora of characters to win the tournament and gain control of the company; the conflict between the Mishima family serves as the series’ main focus, while players explore other characters’ motivations in aiming to control the Zaibatsu.

Gameplay includes blocks, throws, escapes, and ground fights. Later episodes included combinations, special moves, and stage breaking. Tekken was an early 3D fighting game.

Namco released the first game in 1994. As of 2017, it has nine further entries, eight spin-off games, and three films and other media. Tekken 2 and 3 were praised for its gameplay and immersive experience. Following this approach, subsequent releases have garnered favourable reviews.

The series has been highly praised and financially successful, shipping more than 53.5 million copies, making it one of the best-selling video game franchises of all time. The main series has been praised for its gaming mechanics and replay potential.

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Phil has been an avid gamer ever since he was a kid, and he now spends most of his free time reviewing and testing video games and other forms of consumer technology. When he's not out and about in Los Santos, that is.

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