Today, Bandai Namco announced that Tekken 7’s first bit of DLC has shedded its vague “August” release window, and has picked up a new, more specific release date of August 31st.
Most notably the DLC ushers in the return of Ultimate Tekken Bowl, the zany and popular side-game that first appeared in the series with Tekken Tag Tournament.
For those that don’t know: Ultimate Tekken Bowl is exactly how it sounds, it’s Tekken bowling. But unlike regular boring ol’ bowling its Ultimate, more specifically Tekken Ultimate.
In addition to Ultimate Tekken Bowl, the following new costumes will also be included: Blood Vengeance School Uniforms (for Xiaoyu & Alisa), Swimsuits (All female fighters), Vintage 1920’s bathing suits, Idol Master themed outfits (All female fighters), and Traditional Japanese Fundoshi (All male fighters).
An individual price-point for the DLC hasn’t been divulged; however, it is included in the game’s Season Pass, which runs at $24.99 USD.
Tekken 7 is available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. As of earlier this month, it has sold 1.66 million copies, a figure that is currenlty on track to meet Bandai Namco sales expectations of the new installment in the iconic fighting game series.
Below, you can check out a new trailer for the DLC which accompanied today’s announcement.