TEKKEN 8 Lee Chaolan Character Trailer Released

The latest character trailer for Arika and Bandai Namco’s TEKKEN 8 puts the spotlight on the Silver Haired-Demon Lee Chaolan.

Making his appearance in the original TEKKEN title, this Chinese orphan also goes by his alter-ego Violet. For those that like to show off, he is also known for his signature “excellent” catchphrase.

Continuing with that theme, he is the founder and CEO of Violet Systems, utilizing Martial Arts that specializes in hard-to-see pokes. He uses a Hitman stance that is evasive by design, and is also know for Lee Sliding that serves as a hard-to-punish low attack.

See the TEKKEN 8 Lee Chaolan reveal and gameplay trailer below:

TEKKEN 8 — Lee Chaolan Reveal & Gameplay Trailer

TEKKEN 8’s King of Iron Fist Tournament will make its way to consoles (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S) and PC on January 26. Purchasing options can be found on the official TEKKEN 8 website, with TEKKEN 8 available as a Standard Edition, Deluxe Edition (Digital Only), Ultimate Edition (Digital Only), and Collector’s Edition.

One can also talk all things TEKKEN (and get ready for the next battle with both friends and rivals alike) with the official Discord channel for the TEKKEN series.

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