Tekken 7 Patch Notes for March 22, 2021 Update - Full List of Changes
A new update has been rolled out for Tekken 7 today.
The brand new update for Tekken 7 is now out and it will deliver the basic changes for tomorrow’s expansion. If you want more details, the Tekken 7 patch notes will be around soon.
Tekken 7 will soon get a new DLC that brings in a new playable fighter along with a beautiful fighting stage. The DLC will officially be available tomorrow across all platforms, and Bandai Namco has rolled out an update earlier today, to implement some changes and straighten things out for the arrival of the new expansion. Although Tekken 7 patch notes for today’s update is yet to arrive, you can take a look at the content coming with DLC 18 down below:
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Tekken 7 Patch Notes and Features – March 22, 2021
*Full patch notes will be available soon
Fixed some character’s skill performance PS4 Xbox One STEAM
PLAYER MATCH enhancements:
- Added a function (auto skip function) to automatically skip your turn to the menu in SESSION ROOM.
- Added the function to display the combination of battles and the result of the battle in the chat.
Added illustrations to GALLERY:
- A new illustration has been added to [Tekken 7] of GALLERY.
Improved overall game stability:
- Some bugs in the system part have been fixed.
- Lidia Sobieska
- Island Paradise
- New Moves
- Updated UI
- Online Play Enhancement
- Tekken Prowess
- Rank System Renewal
In order to get Lidia Sobieska, you need to purchase the season pass for Season 4, which includes some different DLCs as well, including the Kunimitsu character and the Vermilion Gates stage.
Lidia Sobieska is Poland’s Prime Minister and a skilled fighter who leans on her karate techniques to knock out her enemies. While showcasing the new playable fighter in action, the trailer above also represents the game’s new stage, Island Paradise: a beautiful stage at the beach that includes two different locations.
Fighting games have always had a special place among gamers, especially the eastern Asian community. The Tekken series is one of the most popular fighting franchises in the history of video games, and Tekken 7, similar to Street Fighter 5, has been receiving constant support from its developers since its launch earlier in the last generation of consoles.
Tekken 7 is currently available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC.