As many people know Tekken 7 has been one of the most popular fighting games of the 10’s decade ever since the game was released for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One back in March 2015. Since its release Tekken 7 has managed to reach 3 million units worldwide and was considered to be a huge commercial success especially with the inclusion of guest characters such as Akuma & Gesse Howard. Along with having a star-studded roster of classic characters from the series such as Heihachi, Kazuya, Yoshimitsu, Marshall Law and Nina Williams the Story mode for this game has been the best that it has been in years in relation to the Tekken series. As popular as Tekken 7 is there are many people would love to see this head to head fighting game on the Nintendo Switch sometime in the near future.
In fact, Katsuhiro Marada the director and producer of Tekken 7 has recently expressed interest in wanting bringing the game to the Nintendo Switch in the future. Marada believes that if the fan support for bringing Tekken 7 to the Nintendo Switch if high enough then its a possibility that it could definitely happen despite how much of a challenge it would be physically. While Tekken 7 is still not set for a future release its something that many people around the world would definitely pay to see.