With Tekken 7, the long-awaited sequel in the franchise, finally arriving in June, IGN interviewed series producer Katsuhiro Harada with questions from the community.
It was here that Harada discussed PS4 Pro support in Tekken 7 and how the visuals would present a “noticeable difference” from the PS4 version.
“Microsoft hasn’t really announced many details about Scorpio yet, so there isn’t a whole lot we can say about that, and then, for the PS4 Pro, the only thing we can say is there is a noticeable difference in the graphical quality, so for those people who have a PS4 Pro, we hope that you’ll play the game on that platform.”
Is there a possibility that Tekken 7 could head to the Switch? Sadly, at this point, it’s unlikely. “That’s hard to discuss because of several reasons. One is that official company policy is that we don’t comment on titles that we’re going to do or not for Switch yet, but more on a basic level, we don’t know a whole lot about the hardware yet because the Switch is quite popular and sold out, so neither myself or Michael [Murray] has been able to get our hands on the platform yet,” Harada said.
Tekken 7 does arrive on June 7th for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.