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Tekken 7 Sales Surpass 9 Million Copies Sold Worldwide

Tekken 7 Worldwide Sales

Bandai Namco announced that sales for Tekken 7 have surpassed 9 million copies worldwide. The announcement included a special illustration of Kazuya Mishima standing atop a rock with 9 million carved beneath it. Bandai Namco extends its thanks to Tekken players around the globe and the community that has formed around the series. [Thanks, Gamer!]

It was also revealed that the Tekken World Tour will return for the first time in three years. The Tekken World Tour will be held on June 24, 2022, in Florida. The tournament will see competitors from sixteen different regions participate, with winners advancing to regional and global finals. The global finals will be held sometime in early 2023.

In April 2021, Bandai Namco revealed that Tekken 7 had sold over 7 million copies worldwide. Previous sales milestones included Tekken 7 reaching 3 million copies sold worldwide in October 2018, and 6 million copies sold worldwide in September 2020. Since its initial release, the title has seen several DLC characters added to the game. This has included characters from other franchises such as Noctis from Final Fantasy XV. Entirely new characters like Lidia Sobieska have also been added to the roster.

In November 2021, Definitive and Originals Editions for Tekken 7 were revealed. While the Definitive Edition included absolutely everything released for the game, the Originals Edition came with a handful of fighters and added in New Frame Rate Data.

Tekken 7 is available in arcades and on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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