Katsuhiro Harada: The Tekken X Street Fighter Project is dead

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Much like the crossover fighting game Capcom and SNK, it was released years ago Street Fighter X Tekken It was assumed that the answer was on the way from Bandai Namco. However, years passed and the project did not move forward until 2016 and it was announced that it was suspended indefinitely. Unfortunately, there is bad news because after 5 years of this update, it was learned that the project no longer exists.

Tekken X Street Fighter It’s a dead project

According to a tweet posted by HelloMrBrahms, on June 5 during Harada’s Bart Radio session, Katsuhiro Harada, current director and general manager of Bandai Namco, spoke about the project. Tekken X Street FighterBandai Namco’s version of the crossover started by Capcom. According to Harada, the project was 30% complete when the suspension was announced, and at one point they wanted to provide some details, perhaps in an attempt to justify its development to the managers, but the reality was different and the project was canceled.

Tekken X Street Fighter It was introduced at San Diego Comic-Con 2010 by Katsuhiro Harada himself and at that time it was confirmed that the game would use the 3D engine of Tekken To show Bandai Namco’s perspective of the intersection, instead of Street Fighter X Tekken From Capcom that used the 2D engine and gameplay Street Fighter IV.

11 years after this announcement, it’s a fact Tekken X Street Fighter He won’t see the light, at least not for long.

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