The time has come to crown the next King of the Iron Fist (or rather, it will in June) when Tekken 7 arrives on PC. It seems to have almost as many different pre-order, special, and collectors editions as it does playable characters, so there’s no shortage of ways to actually buy this thing.
The Collector’s Edition ($150) puts everything in one place, bundling the Season Pass and chucking in a soundtrack, plus what it claims is a “spectacular” statue. Meanwhile, the Deluxe Edition is Tekken 7 plus the Season Pass and costs $75.
That Season Pass will ultimately cover three extra bits of DLC, which will include “new playable characters, new stages, a new game mode, costume packs, and a bonus 35-piece Metallic Costume Pack”. These will be sold separately too. In case that’s not quite enough information pertaining to the commercialised aspects of Tekken 7, there’s something for pre-ordering the game as well: you get a playable Eliza from Tekken Revolution.
Here’s a trailer featuring a boy being beaten up by his dad, followed by a couple of Super Special Edition shots.