Tekken 7 Gets Patch 1.03; Changes Revenge Matches
Tekken 7 has received patch 1.03 in Europe, fixing the time it takes to find an opponent, changing revenge matches, and more.
Today developer and publisher Bandai Namco released a brand new update for its hit fighting game Tekken 7.
While the patch is relatively small, clocking in at only 740 MB, it does fix a couple notable problems: for starters it will now take less time to find opponents if you’re playing online. In addition, players will now be able to leave matches much easier than before. Another highlight is the change to revenge matches: now you’re able to fight in revenge matches as many times as you and your opponent agrees.
You can check out the full list of patch notes below:
Improved match makings in Online modes.
- Now it takes less time to find an opponent in Online modes.
Improved usability in Player Match.
- Now the game offers more opportunities for players to navigate through the menu in Player Match sessions.
- This change should allow players to leave sessions more easily.
Adjusted the restriction of the revenge match in Ranked Match.
- Now players can have unlimited revenge matches with the same opponent in Ranked Match.
Fixed a revenge match related issue.
Fixed an issue where an opponent’s character and name are sometimes changed upon having revenge matches.
Made some sound volume adjustments in Jukebox
- Adjusted the BGM volume in Jukebox for TEKKEN 1, TEKKEN 2, TEKKEN3 and TEKKEN4.
Made some color adjustments to certain Customization items.
- This is to fix an issue where players can set certain color values (Black) to certain items in a way that was not originally intended by the dev.
Adjusted Leo’s Character Customization.
- Fixed an issue where Leo’s upper body disappears when equipping certain items.
Game design adjustments.
- Adjusted some behaviors in the game regarding certain character’s moves.
- Fixed an issue where some characters’ throw moves don’t properly reflect Rage state.
The PlayStation 4 version of the patch is currently available to download right now in Europe, and will be available on Steam later today, with the Xbox One version hitting the game on Monday. Bandai Namco says that the update should be available in other regions soon, however an exact time was not given.
Last month, the game received its first patch, which fixed a number of stabilization issues, and allowed for players to turn on and off the in-game voice chat feature.
Tekken 7 launched on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on June 2nd, 2017. It is available for $59.99. We gave the game an 8.0.