Tekken 8's main story mode is significantly bigger than Tekken 7's

Tekken 8's main story mode is significantly bigger than Tekken 7's

Tekken 8's primary story mode is substantially larger than the story mode in Tekken 7.

Tekken 8 Game Director Kohei Ikeda and Marketing Producer Naoya Yasuda revealed a few interesting facts about the game's Main Story mode during an interview with Famitsu.

Ikeda stated that the game's budget was so large that it surprised the development team. He added that the Main Story mode in Tekken 8 is significantly larger than the one seen in the previous release, Tekken 7 and that it is distinct from the Arcade Quest Mode. He defined the Arcade Quest mode as a tutorial mode inspired by role-playing games. Players will be able to find new features and aspects in the mode. He couldn't go into further detail since some information is being kept under covers for an upcoming release.

Ikeda mentioned that players could personally personalize each pair of shoes for their character. They can also change the sizes and places of their accessories, but only for aesthetic reasons, so the gameplay is unaffected. Furthermore, players can switch out specific clothing between characters who are allies or enemies.

It was claimed that the lesson in Tekken 8 would feature distinct tutorials for each of the 32 characters to enable accessibility for gamers of all ability levels. Additionally, it was claimed that the tutorials are user-friendly and thoroughly cover both basic and advanced game elements.

Bandai Namco Studios and Arika teamed for the development of Tekken 8, which will be published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. Tekken 8 is set to be released on January 26, 2024, for PlayStation 5, Windows, and Xbox Series X and Series S

Katsuhiro Harada, the game's producer, has confirmed that aggressiveness will be prioritized in the game's gameplay. It will have a new "Heat" gauge system while preserving some Tekken 7 aspects, such as Rage system-based attacks. The Rage Drive has been separated and modified into Heat Smash, a Heat system-based move. This alteration returns the Rage State to its previous state, restoring access to Rage Art in a manner akin to that of Fated Retribution.

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