So is there like ANY word on the possibility or production of a Tekken game on the ps4? Like Tekken X Street Fighter, Tekken 7, or even a tekken spin off game? I need some sort of fighter to play on my ps4 in the future and i've heard jack squat about any Tekken games, Let alone a fighting game in general. (((
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Tekken usually doesn't get teased or announced until it's right around the corner... besides, when they do announce it, it will be the arcade machine for Japan, then the US/Europe won't get a console port for another 8 months to a year... Not sure why they do this. The arcade scene isn't what it was 15 years ago.. They need to do simultaneous releases.
Anyway, to tide you over I recommend picking up Tekken tag 2 for PS3, or if you're tight on cash, just download Tekken:Revolution (It's free to play).
You can plug in the DS4 to the PS3 and experience tekken with that beautiful controller.
"On March 13, 2013, Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada announced through Twitter they are "changing & considering platform strategy", which is most likely due to the announcement of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4."
Also there's this...
Tekken is still chugging along, and director Katsuhiro Harada recently had a chat with 4Gamer to clarify where he stands on the series . Although he's mostly been working on F2P in 2012, he also noted that, everything upcoming may not be entirely Tekken related, stating,"there are a few titles that we’ve been quietly working on, and some we’ve been thinking about working on, so the year 2014 looks like it’ll be a tough one."
He also states, "From there, I’d like to announce at least two of those titles in 2014, and I feel that it’s something I must do." Based on the wording, it seems as if he's not talking about Tekken, but new works or possibly new IPs. Harada is making a 2014 resolution to do more work related activities, instead of making "surprise appearances" and doing a ton of pro-bono gigs, which he said he did a lot of in 2013.
It's always interesting to see creators and directors play tug of war with their life works. Whereas Kojima is constantly going back to Metal Gear Solid, others wrestle with the idea of going back and forth between new projects and their existing IPs.