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Tekken X Street Fighter is still in the works, so 'please relax'

Michael McWhertor is a journalist with more than 17 years of experience covering video games, technology, movies, TV, and entertainment.

Bandai Namco's mash-up of the Tekken and Street Fighter franchises, Tekken X Street Fighter, is still moving forward, producer Katsuhiro Harada said at San Diego Comic-Con today.

Harada, responding to a fan requesting an update on Tekken X Street Fighter, said the fighting game crossover is "still in development and it's still moving forward." Harada echoed his previous updates on the missing-in-action fighter, saying that with all the products the fighting game teams have in development — Tekken Revolution, Soulcalibur: Lost SwordsRise of Incarnates, Tekken 7 — they have to find the right time to release it. It's a challenge from the marketing side, Harada said.

"It is proceeding. It hasn't been canceled, so please relax," Harada said.

Harada offered the first glimpse of Tekken X Street Fighter in 2010. Its Capcom-developed companion, Street Fighter X Tekken, was released in 2012.