Both characters will be made available for purchase on all formats on September 6, and are expected to retail for about five bucks each. The long-timeTekken veterans have been conspicuous by their absence in this latest volume of the legendary one-on-one fighter, so there will be plenty of fans eagerly anticipating their arrival.
Bandai Namco also uploaded the EVO trailers, featuring the two stars, to their Tekken YouTube channel. So if you missed them in action first time around, you can check 'em out below.
Tekken 7 is available now on PS4, PC and Xbox One.