Tekken 7 Video Features PC Gameplay In 4K
Tekken 7
(Last Updated On: August 24, 2016)

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.

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  • C G Saturation

    Totally wouldn’t have known that header image was Tekken if you didn’t say so.

    • Bitterbear

      I thought it was a KoF article until I read the header.

      • C G Saturation

        I thought it looked like a Vanquish sequel, or something.

  • I haven’t been checking Twitter or social media that much lately, but the guy from ReviewTechUSA has said in one of his recent videos that Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada is getting more and more flak from SJWs for his “sexist” and “problematic” depictions of female characters in Tekken.

    Fortunately Harada, being a tough guy, has refused to cave in and instead threw back some very reasonable light jabs back at his detractors.

    (I have not seen this myself and am only basing it on what ReviewTechUSA said in his video, so do correct me if I’m wrong. But it does fit in with the recent SJW-feminist outrage over the bikini costumes for the female characters.)

    • C G Saturation

      The JP people I talk to have said feminists are unreasonable, selfish and dangerous people whose beliefs have no basis in reality, and they know it’s best to not bend over to their demands. I think the problem is JP companies desperate to sell in the West have little choice.

      Of course, there are people like Harada and Kamiya who are awesome and don’t seem to give a damn. That’s the way it should be, really.

      • I’ve almost considered tweeting at Harada thanking him for not bending to the SJWs, but I don’t want to start anything.

        • C G Saturation

          Yeah. It’s sad that we have to keep a low profile or risk getting our heads ripped off for “hating women”.

    • I’ve only seen screencaps of the tweets. Harada deleted them, but basically was throwing back some comments saying if it weren’t for SJWs there wouldn’t be any problems. It was over the Tekken bikini DLC and some SJWs complaining about it.

      • What shame he deleted it. He really should have left it to make a statement.

        I wonder if his peers ordered him to delete it?

        • In one of his responses he basically just said that the original tweet wasn’t intended for the female audience who got offended by it. So he’s still trying to appeal to his female base without going too far off the cuff.

          It’s a fine line between keeping the fan service, pissing off SJWs and not necessarily pissing off potential female gamers.

          • What a shame that a developer has to even do this for just making a god damn fictional video game. Sign of the times.

            It’ll get worse before it gets any better in my opinion.

    • Bitterbear

      Namco should take clues from SNK and every time the SJWs complain, they give the female characters bigger boobs.

      • C G Saturation

        If they were taking clues from SJWs there probably wouldn’t be any female characters, or the only offerings would look like men. And the SJWs would still complain, of course.

        • Visual representation below.

          Funnily enough, in SNK’s Rage Of The Dragons, there is a female mechanic character in it that uses a spanner. Unlike the fat blob of shit below, she’s actually cute.

      • SNK are doing fine so far. But they’ve always been somewhat ‘niche’ when compared to the giants like Capcom and Namco. That kind of allows them to get away with it.

        If SNK were to become as popular, mainstream and big as them, they will get the full attention from the SJWs/feminists.

        Then we will see where SNK’s priorties lie.