Tekken 7: Noctuis of Final Fantasy 15 Fame Will Be a Fighter
14 November, 2017, 00:45
The latest Tekken has already hosted guest characters from other games and companies, like Akuma from Capcom's Street Fighter franchise and Geese Howard from SNK's Final Fight. Noctis will also use his sword in a multiple of different attacks some of which will no doubt be familiar to those who played Final Fantasy XV. In the trailer above, we see Noctis utilize fire and lightning in order to add a little "oomph" to his punches, kicks, and leg sweeps.
Noctis is now slated for release in spring of 2018.
Tekken 7 has been enjoying release for some time now. That's right, the protagonist of Final FantasyXV is entering the ring of the King of the Iron Fist tournament.
Earlier this year, Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harade ran a poll asking which character fans would most like to see added as DLC to Tekken 7.
We originally got the announcement of the nostalgic childhood heroes, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtlescoming to Injustice 2 and now we have Noctis coming over to Tekken 7. The company will have surely heard the calls for more crossovers though, so fingers crossed it will deliver. The game is now available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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