[UPDATE – Recommended Specs, Dynamic Adjustment Settings Confirmed] Tekken 7 Latest Trailers Focus On Story Mode And Characters

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May 22, 2017
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[Update] NVIDIA has revealed a few minutes ago on its official website that Tekken 7 on PC will come with Dynamic Adjustment settings, which will allow the game to run at steady 60FPS. Requirements have also been detailed.

If your system doesn’t sport the world’s fastest gaming GPU, don’t despair: Anti-Aliasing, Effects, Shadows, Post-Process Effects, and Motion Blur can all be dialed back to give your system enough frames for an excellent experience. Or you can try the “Dynamic Adjustment” setting, which will dynamically raise and lower the quality of settings as you play to ensure a smooth, consistent 60 FPS is achieved.

[Original Story] It’s been a very long wait since its original Japanese arcade release, but finally, Western console and PC players will soon be able to enjoy Tekken 7. With the game launching in less than two weeks, Bandai Namco is showing more of it lately, and a couple of new trailers have been made available recently.

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The first new trailer, which can be watched right below, focuses on the Tekken 7 Story Mode, where the long lasting battle between members of the Mishima family will reach its climax.

The second new trailer focuses on some of the Tekken 7 playable characters. Among the showcased fighters are some staples of the series such as the bear Kuma, Panda, Paul Phoenix and Ling Xiayou as well as Josie Rizal, Claudio Serafino and Shaheen.

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With the console release of Tekken 7, Bandai Namco wanted to avoid issues that other recent fighting games had at launch, and it seems like they succeeded, with the game offering one of the most complete fighting game packages in years.

Bandai Namco has mentioned several times before that they want to avoid the same mistakes a certain other developer made with their big fighting game series, and it looks as though they have succeeded in this regard. Tekken 7 is looking like the most complete fighting game package in years. If the developers can get the net code for Tekken 7 right, I have no doubt in my mind that this game could become this year’s best fighting game. There should be enough content to please the casual audience while maintaining all the things hardcore Tekken players expect.

Tekken 7 launches on June 2nd on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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