Tekken series boss Katsuhiro Harada has revealed that there may yet be a season three for Tekken 7.
Speaking with Kenny Omega (who is apparently a big Tekken fan) for ESPN Esports (via Push Square), Harada-san indicated that support for the critically acclaimed fighting game isn't going anywhere just yet. Tekken 7 has sold over three million copies, so it does make sense that Bamco would want to keep things ticking over with fresh content.
'We would like to continue,' said Harada. 'Excitement around the game continues to build […] it's not like we don't have a plan. We would like to consider a variety of possibilities.'
Season Two is coming to an end this week with the release of Julia Chang and Negan, the latter crossing over from AMC's The Walking Dead. Still, there's definitely plenty of other existing Tekken characters who could arrive in a third season, not to mention some guest appearances –Yakuza's Kazuma Kiryu, anyone?
Tekken 7 was released in June 2017 on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. I still play it regularly online in ranked battle, and there still seems to be a large player base; matches are easy to get into, and most of its errors have long been ironed out.