The fighting game “Tekken 8” by Bandai Namco was just revealed on the Steam Mall with no release date specified. The Steam page’s metadata states that “Tekken 8” supports English audio. However, the game also supports 13 other languages, including traditional and simplified Chinese, for its interfaces and subtitles. The most recent installment in the “Tekken” series of 3D action fighting games, which have sold more than 52 million units worldwide, is “Tekken 8”. Tekken’s first release took place in 1994.
Producer of the “Tekken” series, Katsuhiro Harada, said that the “Tekken 8” teaser demonstrates the improved quality of the newly designed character model. In comparison to the current “Tekken 7,” it is entirely different. Smaller elements like how water drops land on a character’s skin are also included. This representation of the game using a physical machine, not computer graphics, is being used.
“We are thrilled to showcase the next generation of Tekken,” stated Bandai Namco’s Lead Producer Katsuhiro Harada. Our team has been working diligently to develop ground-breaking new features for Tekken 8. We are making use of the power of the most recent console generation. It will assist us in maintaining and improving our feeling of strength in battle. In the next months, we can’t wait to share more information with gamers.
Launch of “TEKKEN 8” officially
On September 14th, Tekken 8 received its official announcement. The Sony State of Play conference saw the debut of this venerable fighting game. The battle preview of Mishima Ichihachi and Kazama Ren in the volcanic scenario was made public by the launch.
The 1994 version of Tekken has seen a number of improvements over the previous ten years. Players who have been playing later versions won’t have any problems with Tekken 8. What we know about the original Tekken is considerably different from the most recent iteration. The character has evolved in terms of look, physique, and even attire. The name and a few talents should be all that’s left if anything. Fighting game fans should anticipate it even if Bandai Namco has not yet revealed the game’s release date.