Miguel Caballero Rojo is back on Tekken 7 with a collection of Spanish (and Mexican) clichés, a very personal drama storyline and some nice parry moves. The announcement happened during the weekend's Barcelona Games World event, where producer Katsuhiro Harada received a lifetime achievement award.
After succeeding in arcades and getting the story mode revamped, Tekken 7 will finally launch on consoles (PS4, Xbox One) and PC early in 2017, with January being a likely release month. Here's Bandai Namco's official description of Miguel's plot:
"Miguel's younger sister was killed in an airstrike by the Mishima Zaibatsu. Upon learning that Mishima Zaibatsu was responsible for the bombing, Miguel's sole reason for living became to exact revenge on the leader, Jin Kazama.
While the clash between forces of the Mishima Zaibatsu and G Corporation intensifies, news reports claim that Jin has gone missing, and that Heihachi has reclaimed control of the Mishima Zaibatsu. However, unable to give up his quest for revenge as he still believes that Jin Kazama is still out there, Miguel wanders the war-ravaged city."
Some story events, and way more importantly, Miguel's pretty much complete moveset, can be witnessed in action with the following reveal trailer. After some "¡Eh, qué miras!" and "¡Qué pesado!", scroll down for Miguel's official screenshots and artwork as well: