Published: Sat, August 19, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

Tekken Is Coming To iOS And Android

Tekken Is Coming To iOS And Android

Ahead of Gamescom next week, Bandai Namco has announced Tekken Mobile, the new handheld fighter set in the publisher's flagship fighting series. If you live in Canada, you can download this early version of the game for Android right now in the Google Play Store. People can pre-register before it releases in their respective countries. The rewards range from in-game currency to new playable characters and the whole system is created to be community-driven, as more registrations will bring better items.

"Tekken" is without an iota of doubt, one of the well-received fighting-themed game franchises ever created.

Moreover, the entire system is created to focus on community, since a hike in registration will pave the way for better items.

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The announcement of Tekken Mobile also came with a brief gameplay trailer that showed off some of the characters that will be featured in the mobile game.

The mobile iteration of the iconic fighting game will follow in the footsteps of other mobile spin-offs such "Mortal Kombat X".

In Tekken Mobile, fan favorites such as Kazuya, Christie, Paul, King, Law, Eddy, and Xiaoyu are among the over 100 playable characters that gamers can use in one-on-one battles.

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Bearing that in mind, conversion of their several systems was done with the help of the so called "Waza Cards" comprising exclusive move and attacks players can rely on during combat. For the more competitive crowd there will be an option to save replays of matches, live events with improved rewards, and an option to train AI to fight against other players.

The game will be soon made available to the players in the coming months which would be free-to-play. These cards, which can be unlocked through in-game objectives or in-app purchases, allow players to launch special moves in battles.

For one to play Tekken on their mobile or tablet they should ensure they have Android 4.4 and above with 1GB of RAM.

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