Single-player content, returning classic character, or a new mode in “Tekken 7”? One or all of these could be plausibly coming in the future DLC and free update for the long-running fighting title series.

Public survey launched

Game developer Bandai Namco Entertainment reportedly rolled out a new survey to the gaming public as its best instrument to collect suggestions and feedback pertaining to the possible expansion for “Tekken 7.” The seventh Tekken game is the first title in the series to launch on consoles and PC in June this year.

While it may just seem to be a typical tool that game developers usually use in order to determine the wants of their ever loyal Fans, this survey could hint Bandai Namco’s plans on the game’s support coming in its pipeline at some point.

The said poll asked some questions about DLCs such as characters and new modes including single-player content. It is supposed that this recent survey will help the development team in deciding what sort of expansion to offer aside from the two paid three DLC packs for release beginning this summer until spring 2018.

3 DLC packs announced

This August, fans will be seeing the return of the classic mini-game, Ultimate Tekken Bowl, along with a host of new costumes. Geese Howard was already confirmed by game producer Katsuhiro Harada as the first of the two guest DLC characters to arrive in the game this winter.

The second guest character set to be playable in spring next year remains unknown as of yet.

Returning classic characters will be free DLC

Director Harada earlier said that the classic characters who will return to the fold of the current Tekken title are going to be released for free. So, indeed fans can expect to see the likes of Lei Wulong or Armor King make their way to the brawler soon.

He went on to say that the studio does not have plans to charge the players anything for classic Tekken characters.

They will only need to purchase a Paid DLC that will offer a special content.

This was the time when the chief producer explained to the fans that the paid DLC packs were necessary to sustain the life of the game after its release. This way, the game developer can generate revenue so that it can also provide free support and update for a long time, post-launch.

"Tekken 7" was developed using the Unreal Engine 4 and was initially released in arcade version back in April 2015. Upon receiving a strong demand from the fans for console and PC editions, the game debuted on Xbox One, PS4, and Windows PC after more than two years of waiting.