Tekken 7 will be the last Tekken game to be produced and released by the Tekken team. The game was originally intended as a free update to Tekken Direct that planned to launch in June of 2021, but was delayed. When the update did launch, it included new features such as new stages, new Tekken characters, new Tekken weapons, and several features that have been requested time again by the hardcore Tekken fans. Now that it’s finally here, can Tekken 7 live up to the hype and deliver on its promises?
Unfortunately, the answer is no. Tekken 7 won’t feature any new story content, despite rumors of more story coming in the future. Instead, what you will experience is a return to some of the classic battle arenas from previous games, but with new special moves that will really appeal to hardcore fans of the series. What you’ll do in these battles is basically use whatever weapon and power you have at your disposal to take down your opponent and win.
Tekken has always been about intense fighting, and Tekken 7 picks up where the series has been going. You’ll see the same fierce fighting seen in previous games, but Tekken 7 adds a little more depth to the game. With new arcade features such as jump canceling and special moves, Tekken 7 hopes to create a new atmosphere for fans of the series. It’s also been improved on the audio department, with new sounds and music, while bringing the game’s visuals up to par with other competitors.
Tekken 7 does have a few unique features though. One new element is an upgrade system that adds new weapons and features to your fighters that can’t be obtained any other way. Another is the unreal engine 4, which is an engine built specifically for Tekken fighting. This unreal engine gives the sense that you’re really on top of the world as you scale high into the air or come crashing down to the ground.
Tekken 7 features an all new system in which you can level up your characters. You start off with basic green, yellow, and silver. The better you get at using these colors, the more powerful you become, and the stronger your attacks become. As you progress through the game, your adrenaline rush increases, and your attacks become more powerful, and this is what helps you level up your character fast.
Tekken 7 features a new system known as the Rage Quit, which lets you save your game between fights by pressing a certain button. This helps you avoid taking damage during your fights and helps you keep your momentum going. The new rage mode puts you in a Tekken fighting nightmare, where you have no weapons, no time to prepare, and no chance of coming back from being down on your knees for too long. Even when you are down to your knees, you still have plenty of ways to kill your opponent and get back in the fight before the timer runs out.
The music in Tekken 7 is excellent. The sound effects are crisp and have a very solid beat to them. The remade version of the classic metal song ‘Dangerous’ from the Tekken Series features an excellent beat and is played in the background while you are fighting. The songs in Tekken 7 do not replace the ones from Tekken 6, but they do fill in some of the gaps. The songs are catchy, and the fast tempo make them fun to listen to.
Tekken 7 offers many things for the hardcore Tekken fan. It introduces an entirely new fighting style, provides a number of different battle environments, and adds a few new characters. However, it doesn’t take away what made the previous games so successful. Fighting with every character in every stage has never been so realistic, and the graphics and sound effects are simply jaw-dropping.