Final Fantasy XV's Noctis Will Be Playable In Tekken 7

Final Fantasy XV's Noctis Will Be Playable In Tekken 7

Final Fantasy XV's Noctis Will Be Playable In Tekken 7

He may seem a unusual addition to Tekken 7, but the series has featured guest characters in the past, including Akuma from the Street Fighter series.

Hot on the heels of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles guest starring in Injustice 2 comes the news that Noctis, star of Final Fantasy 15, is coming to Tekken 7.

Final Fantasy XV main character Noctis Lucis Caelum will soon join Tekken 7 as a DLC character.

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The character will be available for you to download sometime in Spring 2018.

As in Final Fantasy XV, the Tekken version of Noctis will be able to wield spectral weapons.

Noctis can battle it out in front of the Hammerhead garage, as Ignis, Prompto, and Gladiolus can be seen cheering, whooping and encouraging their pal to fight on.

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In the new gameplay trailer, we can see the FFXV protagonist taking on Devil Jin, Yoshimitsu and other Tekken 7 mainstays.

Seeing crossovers in movies, TV shows, anime, comics, and video games are always fun. His addition to the game was revealed during Sunday's Tekken World Tour Finals. Geese Howard, who has been featured in many of SNK's fighting games, will be released as a DLC character in the coming months. For example, one popular suggestion is for Yakuza's Kazuma Kiryu to be made playable.

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