Several minutes worth of gameplay have emerged for Namco’s upcoming Tekken 7 for home consoles and PC. In fact, the gameplay is specifically and exclusively from the PC version of the game, running on an Nvidia GTX 1080 at 4K and 60 frames per second. Surely it’s the sort of thing that makes you wonder why you would bother with a home console.
YouTuber NGN posted up the three and a half minute video, featuring Asuka versus Alicia, along with a fight that sees Kazua taking on Yoshimitsu. You can check out the video below.
If you have a monitor and a PC that can handle running the YouTube video at 4K resolution, you’re definitely in for a treat. At most, you’ll be able to at least render the video at 4K on a PS4 Neo and an Xbox One S to see what you’re missing out on by not joining the illustrious ranks of the Glorious PC Master Race.
The gameplay itself is as solid as ever. The animations look good and the fighting is solid enough. To be honest, the one character that really stood out to me was Lee. His kicking combinations look absolutely glorious. Bobby Roode would be impressed.
The new Rage Arts are also briefly put on display, where we get to see some super powerful combos that can be used to dwindle down the life of an opponent quickly.
Some of the new characters also make it into the video where we get to see the turban get knocked off one of the pugilists during a fight in a marketplace, which appears to be a stage I haven’t seen before during the promotional run for Tekken 7.
The game is due for release on the Xbox One, PS4 and PC in 2017. Tekken 7 has been available at the arcades over in Japan, though.