Tekken 7
Oct 16, 2016; Los Angeles, CA, USA; IDK LOC (L) plays during the Tekken 7 top 8 pool play at Esports Arena. Reuters/Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports

“Tekken 7” is ready to be shipped worldwide. Development has concluded and the game has officially gone gold. The game will start shipping from June 2. Pre-orders have already started.

The game is available in all three platforms and in different editions. There are pre-order bonuses, and there are console bundles too. Brand and community adviser Mark “MarkMan” Julio tweeted on May 6, asking fans to support the “Tekken 7” team by pre-ordering and picking up an early copy. The pre-order bonuses include the return of Eliza, who made her debut in Tekken Revolution, as a 1,000-year-old vampire. This will be for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

It also includes a “Tekken 6” free copy for Xbox One as part of the Microsoft Backward Compatibility Program. Then there is exclusive content for PS4 such as legacy costumesKing, Xiaoyu and Jin. The jukebox mode is also there so players can create exclusive playlists and listen to the classic “Tekken” music. The Season Pass for PC, PS4 and Xbox One grants access to three content packs. They have new playable characters, costume packs, stages, at least one new game mode and a bonus 35-piece Metallica costume pack, writes SegmentNext.

Every DLC pack will be sold separately. The Digital Deluxe Edition for PC, PS4 and Xbox One bundles the base game with the Season Pass. There will also be two additional characters. The PS4 and Xbox One special editions will feature a Collector’s Edition that will have the base game, original soundtrack, 12″ x 18″ statue of Kazuya locked in combat with Heihachi and a Steel Book case. There will reportedly be two Collector’s Edition divided between two regions. The 500GB PS4 variant will have a Special Deluxe Edition.

It will also include the base game as well as the season pass. As already mentioned, “Tekken 7” has been confirmed for an official release on June 2 for PS4, PC and Xbox One. Initially the game had an early-2017 release date. Following Bandai Namco’s character trailer (video below), the developer also released a 30-min plus gameplay footage from two videos recently. The first video is shorter than three minutes, and is a single full-length match between debutants Master Raven and Lucky Chloe.

The second video also contains fights but even reveals certain customisation options, snippets of the game’s story and the brand new “Treasure Hunt” mode. Stay tuned on IBT AU for more updates on “Tekken 7.”

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