Tekken 7: Tekken World Tour 2022 update and final dated video ending with mysterious teaser for Tekken 8?

EVO 2022 has obviously been the venue for various fight license announcements, and we can clearly say that SNK won a landslide victory on that basis by officially making the return of Fatal Fury (Garou). From Bandai Namco’s side, even if Dragon Ball FighterZ gets the rights to the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions, as well as the network code rollback, fans have mostly been waiting for the first concrete signs regarding the future of the Tekken license. Nothing could be more normal when Capcom is set to release its Street Fighter 6 next year. Well… we’re entitled to what could be a teaser, it remains to be seen what…

Indeed, the publisher has released a video announcing the dates for the Tekken World Tour 2022 finals, which will take place in Amsterdam on February 4 and 5, 2023. Until then, Tekken 7 will receive a balancing update and new tactics starting August 17th. .

But the most surprising thing is the teaser presented at the very end, first showing the end scene of Kazuya Mishima in Tekken, who throws Heihachi’s body off the cliff top, and then looks at the screen with a cheerful expression (the game was released in 1995 on the PlayStation after all ). Except that the screen doesn’t stop at this amazing vision and then switches to a very modern and realistic 3D model of Kazuya, who inspires much more fear with his left eye, a glowing red glow associated with the Devil gene.

Nothing more than a message asking you to be ready: “Get ready.” Okay, but ready for what? Is this the first teaser for Tekken 8 or is Bandai Namco planning a Tekken 1 remake? Even if it’s not specific to Las Vegas, the video was released in Japan and Europe on August 8th, so those who want to see the correlation can have some fun. You will notice in passing that the announcement of the sale of 9 million copies of Tekken 7 was accompanied by an illustration of Kazuya…

Pending the first real information about this project, Tekken 7 is still on sale on Amazon starting at 17.52 euros.

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