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TEKKEN 8 Kazuya Mishima Gameplay Trailer Released

The son of Heihachi Mishima and Kazumi Mishima, see Kazuya Mishima in action with the latest trailer for Arika and Bandai Namco’s TEKKEN 8.

Kazuya fights using Mishima Style Fighting Karate, which is inspired by elements of Shotokan karate. In TEKKEN 7, his moves include the Devil Transformation, Devil Blaster (and Reverse Devil Blaster), Air Inferno, Devil Fist, and Heaven’s Door.

All those interested can scope him out with the gameplay trailer below:

TEKKEN 8 – Kazuya Gameplay Trailer

TEKKEN 8’s gameplay will focus on “aggressiveness” (instead of “turtling up”) and will feature a new “Heat” gauge system. Meanwhile, the Rage system-based attacks from Tekken 7 will make their return once more. Fighters will also be able to dash cancel their designate moves into a Heat State.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC in 2024.

Source: YouTube
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