Absolutely no one is surprised by Bandai Namco’s forthcoming performance Tekken 8 will see them Return of longtime antagonist Kazuya Mishima. Rather consistent with his depictions tekke 5 From now on, this iteration of Kazuya will place a heavy emphasis on his Devil Gene abilities. While you still won’t have a full transformation into devil form, it’s cool to see him keeping up with his son Jin.
What’s really impressive about this trailer is the visuals on display. Tekken has always been at the cutting edge of graphics technology, but it was hard to imagine how much better something like this is tekke 7 could look. I guess with the switch to Unreal Engine 5, Bandai Namco was able to push the graphics to even more absurd heights.
As for Kazuya’s move set, there’s not too much new in this trailer. Pretty much all of its normals and specials out tekke 7 occurs in Tekken 8. This series has always been one of the more iterative fighting games, emphasizing legacy skills rather than completely changing with each installment. That’s good too, because it means you don’t have to relearn skills whenever a new game is released.
Tekken 8 The release on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X|S is currently planned for sometime in 2024. We’ll likely learn more at this summer’s EVO tournament.