Katsuhiro Harada has announced that Tekken 7 has sold over 3 million copies worldwide on all platforms, and that the Tekken franchise has sold 47 million copies in total. According to Harada, this was achieved prior to the release of the game’s second year, which explains why Anna and Lei were not included in the following image.
TEKKEN7 had achieved Over 3million sales before one year passed from release, but there was no timing to upload this (That’s why there is no Anna, Lei..).
We recorded over 47million copies sales for the series.
Thanks for supporting us!#TEKKEN pic.twitter.com/FRJgrxmLgN
— Katsuhiro Harada (@Harada_TEKKEN) October 20, 2018
Tekken 7 is one of the best fighting games, at least in my opinion. Not only that, but it’s one of the most beautiful fighting games, especially on the PC. It also runs great, which is another plus in my book, though it would have been cool if the game supported cross-play between PC and PS4 (or PC and Xbox One).
Unfortunately, though, this game – like most fighting games these days – is plagued by numerous characters that are behind a paywall (DLC). Truth be told, the game did release with a great roster, so that’s something at least.
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