In 2011 the two cross-overs of two important sagas of fights resulting announced. Each of the two titles would be developed regardless of who had the license and would bet on different styles of play, but only ended SF X Tekken going on sale.
In an interview with Gamespot, Katsuhiro Harada has stated that the game is at the moment frozen to not divide the two communities:
“When we develop fighting games, try to keep the central community in mind as well as the general public who want to you play these games, But today the situation is the situation with fighting games, Street Fighter V have just published, and there’s a big crowd out there waiting or Tekken 7.”
He continued: “We do not want to divide these communities, so a good launch window in which to release Tekken x Street Fighter is something that has recently become difficult. So for the time development is defended. ” So Bandai is not watching the game as an option until fully lift interest.
Tekken x Street Fighter was released in 2012 by Capcom, but Namco Bandai has shown little of his project after that. Despite this, Harada maintained mentioned several times that the game was in progress. In August 2013, he said it was “still in development”, and explained the “several reasons” why there had been no changes in his project: “One of the reasons is, Street Fighter X Tekken was released” He said. “And they still had updates until recently. One interesting thing we’ve seen with that title when he left was that it is not exactly what we expected. “