Tekken X Street Fighter still in development

"It hasn't been cancelled, so please relax," Harada says.

Tekken X Street Fighter

Tekken X Street Fighter isn’t cancelled, Tekken series producer Katsuhiro Harada assured at Comic-Con in San Diego today.

The crossover fighter is “still in development and it’s still moving forward,” Harada said at the Bandai Namco Fighting Games panel. But with Tekken Revolution, Soulcalibur: Lost Swords, Rise of Incarnates, and now Tekken 7, they have to find the right time to market and release it.

“It is proceeding. It hasn’t been cancelled, so please relax,” Harada said.

Thanks, Polygon.

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