Bandai Namco’s Mark Religioso confirms Tekken 6’s Xbox One backwards-compatibility and more at PAX East

By on March 14, 2017 at 10:00 am
Tekken 7

Tekken 7’s brand manager Mark Religioso was at PAX East this weekend, to help showcase the upcoming title in New England. While he was there, he did an interview with Outerhaven Productions about the upcoming title.

Firstly, he failed to rule out the possibility of another Street Fighter character making their way into Tekken 7 at some point. He also discussed what would be contained in the Tekken 7 Season Pass: which retails for $25, and features all DLC characters, a new game mode, and character customization options. Probably the most interesting news is his confirmation that the Xbox One will have Tekken 6 playable through backwards-compatibility in the near future–and it will be included for free in the pre-order of the Xbox One version of Tekken 7.

Source: The Outerhaven Productions

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