New Tekken 7 Characters Announced

Old and New

Japanese fighting game Tekken 7 made its first Western appearance at E3 this year and since then game director Katsuhiro Harada has been slowly releasing the character roster. Now, thanks to Evo 2016, we know of two more characters coming to Tekken 7.

The first character announced was Tekken 6‘s Bob, a freestyle karate user whose mantra is “Speed and Weight”. Bob utilises speed and strength to inflict quick, heavy combos to down his enemy.

 

Next up is the brand new ‘Master Raven’ who is described as a ninja. There are parallels between this new character and the original Raven from Tekken 5 but there is no official word as to whether they are related to each other in the lore on Tekken. Master Raven carries a sword on her back which she sometimes uses in her deadly combos.

Tekken 7 will be coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC early 2017.

 

 

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