Katsuhiro Harada, the well-known director and producer of the series Tekken, has confirmed that Tekken 7 reaches 7 million copies sold. The 3D fighting game continues to perform well in sales: a year ago it was at 5 million, and six months ago it exceeded 6 million. The game was released in arcades in 2015 and two years later it was released in home format for PS4, Xbox One and PC; its success has been sustained by downloadable content featuring new fighters, stages, modes, customization accessories, and other enhancements. Among the invited wrestlers have been added Geese Howard from Fatal FuryAt night from Final Fantasy 15 and Negan from The Walking Dead.
“I appreciate the effort of the Tekken team in explaining the changes and balances. Keep up the good work, I support every season, although I know that I am one of 6 million players,” says a user on Twitter. Harada points out: “Now one of 7 million.”
Now, one of 7 million ;)— Katsuhiro Harada (@Harada_TEKKEN) March 22, 2021
Lidia Sobieska is now available
The fourth season just received Lidia Sobieska, an original character, accompanied by a scenario that reimagines two areas from past games: the pool of Tekken 5 and the beach of Tekken 4. Lidia is, in the fictional story of the saga, the Prime Minister of Poland, and enters the tournament to face Heihachi Mishima thanks to her experience as a karate fighter. Lidia, Island Paradise, Kunimitsu -a classic fighter- and the Vermilion Gates scenario are included in Season Pass 4 -14.99 -, but can also be purchased individually: 5.99 for each character, 2.99 for each stage.
“Tekken 7 without a doubt it is one of the best games of the genre, and today the best in 3D fighting “, we tell you in his review, where we highlight the most important changes in gameplay since the introduction of physical limits in Tekken 4.