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Tekken 7 enters the arena with a teaser trailer

15 Jul 2014

Bandai Namco excited fans around the world by officially confirming Tekken 7 at EVO 2014.

Tekken 7 is expected to be released for next-gen consoles and is being built on Unreal Engine 4. Unreal Engine 4 promises to make the game look better than it has ever been in the past. Presumably, it's the game will be available on PS4 and Xbox One.

A teaser trailer was also revealed confirming that Heihachi and Kazuya will be in the game. It teases that it will be the "Final Battle" between the two characters.

More information on Tekken 7 will be announced later in the month during the San Diego Comic Con event. Hopefully by then, some gameplay footage is shown too.

Check out the teaser trailer below:

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