Debut on next-generation consoles.
Tekken 8 was officially announced by Bandai Namco on Tuesday during the PlayStation State of Play Live stream. The first base of the Tekken franchise was established back on December 9, 1994, for PlayStation one and is now known as an iconic franchise, and played by millions of players around the globe.
From PlayStation Blog game director Katsuhiro Harada explain the cinematic trailer of Tekken 8 "This clip was taken directly from a certain part in the current work-in-progress Tekken 8’s story mode, played on PlayStation 5".
This trailer has not in pre-rendered said Katsuhiro ", it is not a pre-rendered movie made for the trailer but rather real-time rendered footage, running at 60 frames per second". In the trailer, you can see this degree of value in the recently made playable character models that separate themselves from the flow of Tekken 7, and in little subtleties like how water beads run down the person's skin. This isn't a film made exclusively for trailer purposes, yet a genuine constant delivery of what's going on on the game screen.
The last first Teaser of Tekken 8 was shown on EVO 2022. A release date was not announced. While it was only announced for PS5, Tekken 8 is not PlayStation exclusive and is also coming to PC and Xbox Series S/X.