Tekken Tag Tournament 2 out in September

New fighters and game modes confirmed.

Tekken Tag Tournament launches on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this September, publisher Namco Bandai announced at a Las Vegas event today.

The console version will feature a number of extra characters in addition to the 44 featured in the arcade original. No names have yet been announced, though Namco has confirmed the roster will boast over 50 fighters in total.

There'll be a feast of game modes available, including 1-on-1, 2-on-1 and 2-on-2, while a new Fight Lab feature will help beginners learn the basics and advanced players hone their skills using a customisable bot fighter.

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