Game director Katsuhiro Harada first announced Geese Howard during the conclusion of the "Tekken 7" finals at the EVO 2017 gaming event, along with an announcement trailer. Pricing hasn't been revealed just yet.
In addition to Geese, a new stage, Geese Tower, was also revealed for the game, and is likely to be packaged in with his character upon release, which is likely to be sometime later this year.
Following on from the inclusion of Akuma from Street Fighter, Tekken 7 is set to receive another guest character from a rival fighting game series: Geese Howard from Fatal Fury. Fatal Fury fans will have to wait a while to play as him, as he won't officially join the playable roster until this coming winter.
Geese can be seen going on a mean streak against several of Tekken's cast members.
États-Unis : 16 ans de prison pour un serial killer de chats
Dans une lettre lue par son avocat, l'accusé a témoigné: " J'ai l'impression que c'est un autre homme qui a commis ces crimes . L'individu n'aura également pas le droit de s'approcher d'un chat pendant les dix premières années après sa future libération.
Geese Howard originally appeared in the 1991 SNK fighter, Fatal Fury: King of Fighters as a crime boss in the fictional city of South Town.
Howard appears to be part of the plan for Tekken 7's downloadable content, alongside the previous announcement that Tekken Bowl would be making a return to the game.
Tekken 7 is out on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
The bowling mini-game was first introduced in "Tekken Tag Tournament" and it became a popular game mode during the PlayStation 2 era. No other characters have been announced so far but more are on the way.
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