One of the highly anticipated games due out this year is Tekken 7. There have been long-running rumors that Bandai Namco would be releasing the game across the PS4, Xbox One and PC, but nothing concrete has been made, yet. Well, rumors are now swirling that a Bandai Namco representative has confirmed that the game will be releasing on PC.
TICGN is reporting that a user on Twitter has stated that a Namco representative confirmed that Tekken 7 is Xbone bound and PC bound.
— j.va (@Supernintendo) May 28, 2016
Rumors are also oscillating around the news wire that an official release date for Tekken 7 could be unveiled at this year’s E3 in Los Angeles, California.
While a random post from a Twitter user seems awfully thin for a rumor story, there have been repeated mentions of Tekken 7 coming to PC. Epic Games also mentioned that the game would be coming to PC after it was revealed that Namco was using the Unreal Engine 4 to power the 3D fighting game.
Additionally, Bandai Namco has been making sure that most of their titles have been appearing on PC. Most of all their recent Naruto and One Piece games have seen either simultaneous or scattered releases on PC in addition to launching on Xbox One and PS4.
Whether or not the game will actually be announced as a simultaneous release on PC, the PS4 and Xbox One remains to be seen, but I’m sure there’s an ample amount of Tekken fans who would be willing to drop bags of dimes to pick up a copy of Tekken 7 from Steam.