Bandai Namco Games’ Katsuhiro Harada Hints At Tekken 7 Coming To The PC

Tekken 7 will be powered by Unreal Engine 4 and while a PC version is rumored to be coming out, there is still no official word from Bandai Namco Games about such a version. Still, during an interview with Korean website inven, Bandai Namco Games’ Katsuhiro Harada hinted at this new fighting game finally coming to our platform.

As Harada said when asked about a possible PC version, Bandai Namco Games has not determined yet the platforms in which Tekken 7 will appear (other of course than the arcade version).

“We have not yet decided or confirmed platforms other than arcade since it is not done yet. We are considering a PC version for certain countries that prefer or need to play on PC.”

So there you have it everyone. Harada also claimed that further optimizations would need to be made due to the game’s use of Unreal Engine 4. These optimizations will be essential for bringing this fighting game to other platforms, and thus increasing the game’s player base.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

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