Tekken 7 was first announced by Tekken director, Katsuhiro Harada on July 13, 2014, during EVO 2014. He first revealed the trailer and unveiled a new logo for the series.It began when Harada found out the title was leaked online– The game wasn’t originally to have been unveiled so soon, but the announcement was brought forward due to the leak. Along with the confirmed development of Tekken X Street Fighter, an extended launch trailer, character design details, and other info regarding the game was revealed at their San Diego Comic-Con fighting panel on July 25th, 2014.
Tekken 7 makes use of the Unreal Engine 4 game engine which will allow the game to be developed for multiple platforms. Bandai Namco was unable to show the gameplay system at the SDCC at the time due to it still being worked for. It was stated by Harada that the arcade release of Tekken 7 would have network features very similar to Tekken Tag Tournament 2.
There are several guest artists who have designed the character designs. Said artists include Mari Shimazaki (Bayonetta), Yusuke Kozaki (Fire Emblem Awakening, No More Heroes), Ninnin (Duel Masters, Cardfight!!, Vanguard) and Kenichiro Yoshimura (Max Anarchy/Anarchy Reigns). Also, Shinji Aramaki is directing the intro for Tekken 7. The game also focuses on one-on-one battles again like previous numbered installments, not team-based as in the Tekken Tag Tournament series.
Tekken 7 had an arcade version test in Japan on October 3rd, 4th, and 5th. Tekken 7 has also two new systems.
Akitaka Tohyama returned to compose the soundtrack.
The 2014 EVO trailer revealed a female figure, later confirmed to be the game’s antagonist, Kazumi Mishima, speaking with an unknown character. In the first trailer for the update version, the unknown character who is speaking to Kazumi is revealed to be none other than Street Fighter’s Akuma who will become the guest character for this game.
In October 2014, newcomers Katarina Alves and Claudio Serafino were playable at the location test. Sometime after, Lars Alexandersson’s return was confirmed, he has received a redesign by Ninnin.
During August 2014, Harada asked fans to give feedback regarding newcomer Shaheen, whose concept art was revealed on August 8. The character was unnamed and not finalized at the time, as to prevent offense to the Arabian community, most likely due to an incident regarding the Tekken Tag Tournament 2 stage, Modern Oasis.
On February 7th, 2015, Harada confirmed more new characters beyond the four already announced are to be revealed, with no specified date given. On March 19th, 2015, in-game character models images of Jin Kazama, Devil Jin and two newcomers, Josie Rizal, a female Filipino fighter and a large red behemoth creature named Gigas, were revealed. By the time they were leaked, Harada neither debunked nor confirmed the images. Prior to his playable debut before the time release update, Jin Kazama was already confirmed as a secret sub-boss in the arcade mode, replacing Heihachi under some conditions.
There is no repeated figurine, if you buy a whole set.
‘Blind Box’ refers to the type of packaging that keeps the collectible toy a mystery until it is opened. Blind boxes typically come in series that show a collection; some figurines are rarer to find than others, these are referred to as “secret”, “hidden” or “chase” figures.
A whole box contains 12 no-repeated figures. If there is a secret figure in the box, one basic figure will be randomly replaced by it.
The Police Officer contains small accessories. Please check carefully when unboxing to avoid omission.
Blind box products sold in our shop may contain small parts, which may cause a choking risk for children. Do not allow children under 3 years old to use the products. Recommended for children over 14 years old to use.
Due to the different measurement methods, the error of 1-3cm in the measurement results within the normal range.