Noctis From Final Fantasy XV Is Coming To Tekken 7

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Bandai Namco pulled some strings with Square Enix, with the two publishers working out terms to bring Noctis Lucis Caelum (one of the worst main protagonist names in RPG history) to the Tekken 7 roster in the upcoming DLC 3 update.

Turns out, the next character coming to Tekken 7 is actually Final Fantasy XV's dethroned teenage prince, Noctis.

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The trailer ends with Lars and Noctis enjoying a fishing trip, which has become Noctis's Shtick, as it is how you level him up in the game, and how the PSVR also has an upcoming VR Experience where you carry out fishing too.

Tekken 7 came out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in June. They have a quick discussion about food before the "mission" begins, and Noctis wields his sword, ready to enter battle. He comes with his own stage which is based off of the gas station from Final Fantasy 15.

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Noctis looks quite capable in battle, with a number of slamming moves, strikes and fiery attacks that can put opponents in their place. He'll join the fighter sometime during Spring 2018.

He added that paid Tekken 7 DLC will not be used to add new characters but, will add more special content to the game.

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