Tekken 6 Soulcalibur Broken Destiny PS4 PS5 Taiwan Rated Bandai Namco

Tekken 6 Has Been Rated for PS4 and PS5 in Taiwan

It looks like a classic Bandai Namco fighting game is heading to PlayStation consoles soon as Tekken 6 was recently rated in Taiwan for PS4 and PS5. The country’s ratings board also revealed that Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny, another last-gen fighter, will also arrive on PlayStation alongside Tekken 6 and both will likely be added to the PlayStation Plus Classics catalogue.

First spotted by Gematsu, the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee rated both Tekken 6 and Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny for PS4 and PS5 consoles, suggesting that it’s coming soon to the PlayStation Plus library. In light of Bandai Namco’s heavy promotion for Tekken 8 in addition to Tekken 7 being available on PlayStation Plus already, it makes sense that Bandai Namco would want to add another classic Tekken game to the roster. If you’re feeling really old-school, Tekken 2 is available in the PlayStation Plus Classics catalogue too.

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Tekken 6 originally launched in 2009 to mostly positive reviews, though many outlets at the time criticised its lacklustre story mode featuring Lars Alexandersson and Alisa. The game has since become somewhat of a cult classic in the fighting game community as it became more appreciated over time. The same can be said about Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny, a PSP game that borrowed many features from Soulcalibur IV and also received decent feedback at launch.

Bandai Namco continues to roll out the marketing for its anticipated upcoming fighter, Tekken 8, despite not having a release date yet. The company recently revealed that Raven will be making his triumphant return to the series along with a new Peruvian fighter named Azucena. A partially leaked character list has also revealed that Yoshimitsu, Zafina and other unannounced characters will also be coming to the next game.

To squash the influx of cracked network tests for Tekken 8, Bandai Namco warned players that any caught using the cracked version of the closed network test could be banned from competing in future tournaments.

Source: Gematsu

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