According to the company, due to the show assembly hall capacity and in an effort to balance with other content, there was a possibility not many people would get a chance to enjoy the game’s exhibit, so it’s been suspended.
In a message on Twitter, Tekken Team lead Katsuhiro Harada said one playthrough of the demo takes five to six minutes. In the case that there’s one unit, that means only 50 to 70 people would be able to try the game per day. Bandai Namco approached Sony about increasing the number of demo units at the booth, but it’s difficult to balance with other titles, he said. Instead, the company plans on holding a separate event where users can try the virtual reality tech demo.