Tekken 8 is introduced in a famous trailer

So we finally got it. Five years after the release of Tekken 7, its successor was finally unveiled at yesterday’s PlayStation State of Play. Jin Kazama and Kazuya Mishima faced off in a very impressive trailer, so the announcement couldn’t have been more iconic.

Unfortunately, we didn’t learn much else from the trailer, but fortunately, the head of development Kacuhiro Harada soon corrected that, who explained about the upcoming news on blogu PlayStation. According to him, the trailer was assembled from footage from the story mode, recorded directly on the PlayStation 5. This is not a pre-rendered video – everything you see will happen on the screen in real time.

Of course, Harada points out that some effects or camera angles may still change, but otherwise you will be able to enjoy the story mode in this quality, while the game will still run at 60 FPS, just like in Versus mode. Harada mainly draws attention to the level of detail that the new game will bring, among other things, he points out the effect of water drops that run down the faces and bodies of the characters. However, my favorite shot from the entire trailer is the quickly clenched and immediately maximally toned biceps.

Dynamic backgrounds, such as the storm in the trailer, should also see progress. A tanker tossing in the waves will gradually approach the shore and so on. As for the story, the eighth volume will directly follow its predecessor. This time the narrative will revolve around the (probably not definitive anyway) showdown between the troubled father x son duo you see in the video.

Tekken 8 is targeting PC and the current generation of consoles, but it won’t be 100% released this year.

Source: Games by games.tiscali.cz.

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