Tekken 7 Getting Free DLC Later this Month to Celebrate its One Year Anniversary

Tekken 7 Getting Free DLC Later this Month to Celebrate its One Year Anniversary

Bandai Namco Entertainment will be releasing free DLC for Tekken 7 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One to celebrate the game's one year anniversary.

Tekken 7 was released by Bandai Namco Entertainment on PC, PS4, and Xbox One almost one year ago. In order to celebrate this impending one year anniversary, the game will be receiving a plethora of free DLC.

This free DLC is entirely costume focused, and will become available on May 31, two days before Tekken 7’s one year anniversary. The DLC is split into six different costume sets: the Story Mode Costume Set, the Aura Set, the Female Hairstyle Set, the New Japan Pro-Wrestling Set, the Kuma and Panda Set, and the Metallic Item Set (Silver).

Tekken 7 features a fairly deep customization system for each character, so these free items should be a treat for those who have stuck with the game for over a year. You can check out the contents of each pack below:

  • Story Mode Costume Set
    • Blood Vengeance Outfit
    • Final Battle Outfit
    • The Evil Eye
    • Vagabond
  • Aura Set
    • Arm Aura
    • Leg Aura
  • Female Hairstyle Set
    • Wave Ponytail
    • Bob Hairstyle
  • New Japan Pro-Wrestling Set
    • T-shirt (BULLET CLUB x Heihachi)
    • T-shirt (Kazuchika Okada x King)
    • T-shirt (Kenny Omega x Bryan)
    • Hiroshi Tanahashi x Lars costume, health gauge, panel, and plate
  • Kuma and Panda Set
    • Assorted costumes for both characters
  • Metallic Item Set (Silver)
    • Assorted silver accessory items for characters

If you want to know DualShockers’ thoughts on Tekken 7, which has sold over 2 million copies at this point, you can check out our review. 

Below, you can check out some screenshots of the DLC costumes. Tekken 7 is currently available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. If interested, you can currently pick up the game on Amazon.

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