If you've never stepped foot outside of your PC gaming comfort zone, you've likely never experienced Tekken - a gem in the fighting game community where an old man can electrocute a bi-pedal tiger. Unless you picked up Street Fighter x Tekken, Tekken 7 might be your first time with these characters.
Likely aided by Namco Bandai's growing adoration of the PC platform, the shackles of Tekken have been broken. Relinquished of its arcade hold, Tekken 7 is making its way West and will land on PC through Steam June 2.
It might still be a number of months away, but that's no reason to not get excited. There's a fresh new trailer ready to drum up interest with its beat-heavy soundtrack, Son vs Father emotional struggle and a girl who looks like she's been plucked straight out of a Magical Girl anime.
And with any word of release, there's word of pre-order bonuses. Those looking to get the most out of the Tekken 7 hype will likely want to look into the Collector's Edition containing the game, season pass, Steel Book and, mostly importantly, a statue depicted a brawl between Kazuya and Heihachi. There's a soundtrack for good measure, too.
It's worth noting that while pre-ordering grants you access to Eliza as the first DLC character upon launch, Day 1 retail edition contains the same. Whether this will stretch across to early purchases of the PC edition isn't specified. DLC will include new characters, maps, a single new game mode and over 35 metallic costumes further down the line.