The guys at RBNorway has just finished the translation of the frame data for Tekken 7. The data itself comes from the Japanese inatekken page. The translation is done semi-automatically, so updates will be run on a regular basis to make sure the data stays up to date. The process also contains a correction step, so feedback on the page and testing when the game is out will be used to make it a very reliable source of frame data.
Bandai Namco Europe announces today that Tekken 7 is receiving 2 new guest characters coming to the game as part of their post launch DLC plans. These 2 new guest characters come with their own stage as well as costumes to use when they release one at a time later this year then early of next year. Check out the Press Release for the full details.
Eddy Gordo is BACK in Tekken 7! Capos lovers, get ready for the next battle.
In order to save the life of his Capoeira master, who had fallen sick with a serious illness, Eddy pleaded with Jin Kazama, head of the Mishima Zaibatsu at the time, for help with treatment. In return, Eddy pledged his service to Jin and became a member of the Tekken Force.
However, even the medical technology of the Mishima Zaibatsu failed to save Eddy’s master, and he passed away soon after.
Sometime later when the battle between G Corporation and the Mishima Zaibatsu intensified worldwide, Eddy learned that it was Kazuya Mishima in control of the Mishima Zaibatsu, and set out to destroy him to avenge his father, as he had sworn long ago.
Update: this article has been updated with the final results.
Over 200 players are attending a large fighting game major, Collision Championship 2017 in Lima Peru. First time representing their new sponsors; EchoFox|JDCR and the TKOIFT 2016 world champion EchoFox|Saint at this epic South American Tekken tournament. More after the break.
Update: The results are in. We have the results as well as the links to the stream archives after the jump.
Currently Kuro Kuro is running the annual Kuro Kuro Cup in Sapporo Japan. Notable players such as Knee, Tanukana, Furumizu, Shudy are participating. Continue reading to see the stream which is broadcasted through 4 different channels.
Tekken 7's recently announced pre-order DLC character Eliza had her worldwide gameplay reveal during the EVO 2017 announcement stream on RedBull Esports. She plays how you would expect her from Tekken Revolution but this time looks to be expanded with a more versatile moveset. You can check out here gameplay trailer which is now up on YouTube over on Bandai Namco America's channel.
Tekken 7 will launch worldwide for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on June 2, Bandai Namco announced. Included as part of the Tekken 7 package are a season pass which grants you access to 2 new characters, new gameplay mode and a large assortment of costumes. For pre-ordering the game, you can gain access to use the character Eliza in the game on day 1 when you pick up your copy on June 2. Check out the full details and new trailer below!
Bandai Namco is shutting down the servers of Tekken Revolution (PS3) on March 21, 2017. The game and its downloadable content will be removed from the PlayStation Store on January 21, 2017. The company revealed it will also shut down the servers which are required for the online mode of Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection.
Also unveiled during the King of Iron Fist Tournament 2016 Tekken stream is news that the Console / PC version of Tekken 7 will have an online tournament mode. This mode will allow players to set up and play each other online (Max of 8 players total per tournament) with a format used in actual offline tournaments. It supports single & double elimination brackets and includes player spectating and voice chat. In game prizes can also be allocated to the winners of the tournament with stuff like gold and items. Here are the images provided from the stream:
Just revealed on the King of Iron Fist Tournament 2016 Grand Finals stream. The beloved comic relief animal characters from the Tekken series, Kuma and Panda will be in Tekken 7. According to what was shared on the stream, Panda and Kuma are not palette swaps and have their own distinct visual appearance as well as their own Rage Art animations. Check out the reveal trailer that is available now on Bandai Namco Europe's YouTube channel: