Bandai Namco has recently confirmed about the joining of Kunimitsu on Tekken 7. They confirmed this by showing the launch of Season 4, in which you can see the fighter, standing on the roof of a Japanese temple, wearing a mask.
Being a Tekken fighter in the game series, Kunimitsu made her first appearance as an unlockable character in the original Tekken. She is the one who used to act as the sub-boss for Michelle Chang. She is also the mother of Kunimitsu II, a ninja who wields a kodachi and tanto. It was unknown what happened to Kunimitsu after she gave her last appearance in the Tekken 2. But now Bandai Namco is bringing the character back.
Kunimitsu was shown in a teaser as the Tekken 7’s upcoming DLC fighter. She was portrayed at the end of the announcement of Season 4 by Bandai Namco, wherein a ninja got displayed standing on a Japanese temple’s roof.
By far there were speculations that Kunimitsu, who was seen in the PlayStation 3’s free-to-play game, Tekken Revolution, might come to the Tekken 7. Later this turned out to be true. But the ninja you will see joining the Tekken 7 roster would be a different Kunimitsu. It seems like the one appearing in the game would be the daughter of the original. If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, then go and check it out. The trailer has shown us about the abilities which she has. It has shown us about the speed and flashy moves which she carries similar to that of the original Kunimitsu.
Kunimitsu who would be added to Tekken 7 might be with the Vermilion Gates stage. You will see another character in the Season Pass 4 in the next year of early spring. In addition to the fighter Kunimitsu, you will see new moves and improved online play in Season 4 of Tekken 7. It was expected to be among the other updates that were promised in the announcement of the new season.
The Season Pass 4 for the Tekken 7 will arrive on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, as well as PC this fall. Tekken 7 has already surpassed 6 million copies. Tekken 7, which got introduced to the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC in 2017. It has now reached the milestone of selling over 6 million copies. This news has been revealed by the Tekken director Katsuhiro Harada.
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