Fighting games seem to benefit particularly from the melodious concept “Games as a Service”. Depending on how you take it. “Games as a Service” is understood as a sales model in which video games are continuously supplied with new content. This should increase long-term motivation.
And of course the turnover that publishers can squeeze out of a game. Sometimes it works fairer, sometimes less fairly. Fighting games are obviously predestined there. Hardly any other genre can sell one season pass after the other without fans going on the barricades.
Season 4 continues
Bandai Namco has already announced the fourth season pass with a trailer Tekken 7 which should be available in autumn this year. In addition to balancing updates, “Season 4” should bring new moves for all characters. In addition, we can count on “Tekken Prowess” and improvements to the online game. There have been no announcements about new characters yet. However, the end of the trailer allows a brief look at what is probably the first, new DLC character.
Fahkumran recently completed the third season pass. Tekken 7 is available for PS4, Xbox One and PCs *.
The announcement trailer for the fourth Season Pass
via Gematsu, images: Tekken 7, Bandai Namco Entertainment