Katsuhiro Harada, Tekken producer and all around dude, has hinted that Tekken Revolution - a free to play fighter and presently a PS3 exclusive - could be on the way to Xbox in the future, given that other free-to-play games, like World of Tanks and Killer Instinct, are starting to emerge on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
"The circumstances have changed a bit," Harada told Eurogamer at TGS this week. "It seems they've opened up to that model since Xbox One, and after we released the PlayStation Network beta they were kind of nervous and expressed an interest. We don't have concrete plans, but there's a possibility that we'll do it in the future."
Fingers crossed. In the same interview, Harada also gave hope to Tekken x Street Fighter hopefuls, saying that the game is still in the works, but is a "long term" project.
"We do have assets created and some of the materials," Harada said. "It's just that we're looking at the circumstances and what direction people are going in, what platform as there's a change in the market. I'm thinking long term about that."
Capcom's Street Fighter x Tekken, which was released last year, wasn't a big seller, but it was a rather fantastic fighter.