No concrete plans but interest has been expressed according to producer Katsuhiro Harada.
Tekken Revolution may be heading to the Xbox One, according to producer Katsuhiro Harada who stated to Eurogamer at the Tokyo Game Show about how there was in interest in the same, although there are no concrete plans.
“The circumstances have changed a bit. It seems they’ve opened up to that model since Xbox One, and after we released the PlayStation Network beta they were kind of nervous and expressed an interest. We don’t have concrete plans, but there’s a possibility that we’ll do it in the future.”
As for Tekken X Street Fighter, which apparently still exists, Harada stated, “We do have assets created and some of the materials. It’s just that we’re looking at the circumstances and what direction people are going in, what platform as there’s a change in the market. I’m thinking long term about that.”
Tekken Revolution is essentially a free to play version of the fighting series, which ships with 8 characters and allows you to purchase additional characters separately. It is currently available on PlayStation Network. Would it make a good fit for Xbox One? Let us know below.