Friday, October 29th, 2021

TEKKEN 7 Legendary Edition Announced for Europe, Contains 8 out of 15 DLC Characters


Bandai Namco announced TEKKEN 7: Legendary Edition for Europe, coming November 12th to select retailers. This physical edition includes the base game along with 8 out of the game's 15 DLC characters. If for some reason you still don't already own one of the greatest 3D fighting games ever made, this package seems like a fairly convenient way for newcomers to finally dive into TEKKEN 7 and learn the game's deep characters. While it certainly would've been nice if Bandai Namco could've featured all 15 DLC characters in a "definitive" edition, interestingly... Legendary Edition highlights 8 returning fan-favorite characters from the franchise's rich history. The 8 "legendary" veterans featured in this compilation include: Armor King, Anna Williams, Craig Marduk, Julia Chang, Lei Wulong, Zafina, Ganryu, and Kunimitsu. These series veterans will also be featured on the official box artwork (seen below).

While Bandai Namco announced the release date (November 12th), they did not specify how much TEKKEN 7: Legendary Edition will cost... but we'll keep you updated. Stay tuned on Fighters Gen for upcoming TEKKEN 7 news and content.
~TFG Webmaster, Frank Joseph | @Fighters_Gen


 Source:  Bandai Namco Europe          

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