Fam - folks have been catchin' W's, takin' L's, and getting super hype over slow-motion finishes in Tekken 7 since 2015!
It's pretty wild to fathom just how long the seventh entry in the long-running Tekken series has been going strong. Since making its way over from Japanese arcades and finally plopping itself down on home consoles, the top 3D fighter in the world has gotten a wealth of content in the form of "Ultimate Tekken Bowl," the welcome return of franchise mainstays, and the surprising debut of guest characters from some IPs no one ever expected to see.
Seeing as how Tekken 7 seemingly ended its seasonal DLC rollout with the release of Lidia Sobieska, my gut is telling me that we've reached the end of the road for new content. And with that being said, I think now's the perfect time to look towards the future of "The King of the Iron Fist Tournament" and what it could entail. The eighth Tekken will surely mark the end of the Mishima Bloodline feud between Kazuya and Jin, but also mark a new beginning for the fighting game franchise as a whole.