•  The latest Tekken 7 trademark logo is displayed, marking its upcoming release.

The latest Tekken 7 trademark logo is displayed, marking its upcoming release. (Photo : YouTube/ MKIceAndFire )

"Tekken 7" release date for PC, PS4, and Xbox One has been finally revealed. Along with the delayed release date announcement is the apology of the game developers to their avid followers.

The seventh installment of "Tekken" has been highly anticipated, especially by the aforementioned platform users. However, the supposed early release this year was moved to a further date, June 2, according to Game Spot.

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It was just last week that Bandai Namco shared the upcoming announcement of the release period of the latest "Tekken" installment. Apart from the release info, it was well anticipated by gamers and game series followers that explanation for the delay will also be given by the game developer.

"We were trying our best to get the game out at that time [Early 2017], to get it into the hands of users as early as possible. We saw some titles-some from our own company and some from others-which didn't have a very good launch because of a lack of content, or whatever it was, that caused players to bash the product," Series' producer Katsuhiro Harada told the same website during a press event in Tokyo last week.

Despite having no mention of a specific game, it is highly believed by most gamers and experts that "Street Fighter V" was the one being described by Harada's statement. The lack of traditional arcade and challenge modes during its launching were some of the reasons why "Street Fighter V" received various criticisms from gamers.

In retrospect, "Tekken's" follow-up was expected by gamers to be released between March or April. However, with the said delay, it was moved to June 2, which is unusual for the company to do so. For that matter, Harada offered an apology to expecting players.

"'Early' was probably March or April from your average person's perspective, so we're not going to try and sugar-coat it. We realise it's not 'early,' I'm so sorry," Niche Gamer quoted Harada as saying. 

Watch here below "Tekken 7" trailer: