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‘Tekken 7’ Update For PS4 To Improve Online Matchmaking [VIDEO]


Fans of "Tekken 7" will not have to worry anymore with its upcoming update. The new update will finally improve the online matchmaking, which was a big issue before it was implemented.

"Tekken 7" Update Details

Bandai Namco has recently announced that they have released a new patch for the PlayStation 4 version of "Tekken 7." This new update has addressed the different issues that the game has with its online matchmaking feature, according to its official website.

This new update specifically improved the stability and has established connections with online players in a better way this time around. With the new update, the game will no longer share a player's character, title, rank, and wins before a match begins.

The new update has also made some changes in the game's voice chat feature. This update will now allow players to toggle the feature on or off from the Option menu, which is a very welcome addition. The voice chat feature is now set to off by default.

Other Platforms' Update To Come Soon

Bandai Namco promised that there will be some additional improvements to "Tekken 7" in the coming days. They also said that they will be releasing a similar update for the Xbox One and PC versions this coming week of June 12. This will also fix the problems of online stability and several bugs that other platform players have experienced.

"Tekken 7" On PC Hacked

In other "Tekken 7" related news, it was revealed that the latest popular fighting video game was recently hacked even though it was protected by the Denuvo security protection. In the coming updates, the developers hope to improve and update their protection for the video game against hacking. PC pirates, on the other hand, have said that they are optimistic that they can still hack whatever Denuvo throws at them next, Kotaku reported.

Check out the "Tekken 7" Features Overview video below:

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