Great news, Tekken 7 will not be like Street Fighter V! Tekken 7's story mode, to be played solo, will showcase a seamless - well mostly, mixture of pre-rendered cut scenes and real-time rendered animation, one-vs-one brawling game action.
You can check out an example on the video below, featuring gameplay of its story mode.
This feature presentation may have been out at Microsoft's E3 2016 conference earlier this year but Bandai Namco points out that this will be the first time we are seeing Tekken 7 rendered and played live on the PS4, Polygon reports.
Heihachi doesn't fight fair in the story mode as you can observe in the video.
Tekken 7 is a forthcoming fighting game currently developed by Bandai Namco Games. It is going to be the 9th installment for the Tekken game series. The game will be harnessing the Unreal Engine 4.
The game was made known to all during the 2014 Evolution Championship Series by Katsuhiro Harada, Namco's chief producer and game director. The arcade versions were already released last year with the pre-launch on Feb. 18 and full release on Mar. 18.
As the story goes, the war between the G Corporation vs Mishima Zaibatsu on all outrage, the conflicts soon favor G Corporation, as Jin Kazama, the Zaibatsu's leader, suddenly vanishes. Taking advantage of Kazama's absence, Heihachi Mishima reclaims control of the Zaibatsu, maintaining an antagonistic role going against G Corporation and Kazuya Mishima. As the war finishes, so does the long-conflict of the Mishima clan.
Notable New Feature - Power Crushers
One of Tekken 7's new notable features is the introduction of Power Crushers where a mid or high attack is simply absorbed but the catch is the player will be most vulnerable to low attacks and throws.
Tekken 7 is coming to Windows PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One sometime early next year.