More story and gameplay for Tekken 8 are here so we can further get ready for the world of Tekken to change again
Things are going to get a little explosive in Tekken 8 if we are going to base anything on the latest story and gameplay we have here. A new bit of story that places us at one of the more violent of family reunions out there that will be bringing up more grudges again and carrying them on to a new generation. That way Bandai Namco can keep giving us more and more for Tekken and not have to deviate to a place where fans will freak out on them. A predicted move to go with, as it will do just that and keep us all glued further to the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC when the time does come. As long as you have been invested in all of this up to now and want to see it continue out there.
All in all, this new Tekken looks like it will be keeping a lot of the same and with the characters we have grown to love so far. It will be looking like a true next-gen title here while the team uses the Unreal 5 engine to push things forward and keep the visuals at the highest quality as possible. All of this can be seen below along with the reveal that Jun Kazama is coming back into the mix with Tekken 8 too now. I know it has been a while since I have played the game out there, so that is not the biggest draw for me. Maybe they will be swapping things around for the fighting mechanics too, but to me, it still looks like it will be a button-mash ordeal that I leave the finer details to the pros to make look good. Just like so many other fighting games out there before now.
Tekken 8 — Story & Gameplay
Father. Son. Mother. This family reunion is going to be explosive. Tekken 8 is bringing back old grudges to the new generation – Kazuya, Jin, Paul, King, Law, Lars, Jack-8, and…the return of Jun Kazama!
Get ready for the next-gen battle and look forward to a lot more in the next edition of Tekken – old and new!
Are you glad to see many things from the past for Tekken are coming back or did you want something completely new this time around? Will they be milking the same story over and over for years to come or will this one try to shift things at the end after giving us all of the nostalgia? Are you able to play these games as intended or do you only learn a few basic moves and mash them over and over too? Give us those answers and more down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all. If we get more for Tekken 8, be sure to look it up on our site here. We will keep all of that news flowing out here as best as we can in the mix of everything else we have lined up.