Posted Sun Nov 20, 2016 at 08:52 AM PST by Connor Sears
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'Tekken 7' is set to make its way out of Japanese arcades and onto consoles worldwide early next year, and the newest trailer from Bandai Namco gives out quick glimpses at some of the scenes included in the game's story.
The trailer consists of cinematic scenes cut with brief moments of gameplay. It also features a showdown between 'Tekken' regular Heihachi and 'Street Fighter' cameo character Akuma (who was also recently revealed to be coming to 'Street Fighter V').
'Tekken 7' has been in Japanese arcades since March 2015, but according to the publisher it should be available for console and PC players all over the world in early 2017. You can catch the punch-filled trailer below.
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