Recently, Bandai Namco posted a trailer showing Kunimitsu and the complete content of Tekken 7’s Season 4 update.
Also confirmed in the announcement were costumes, netplay upgrades, and even a hint for potential additions in Season 4. Many fans are looking forward to the information on the update on November 10th.
What Is In Tekken 7 Season 4?
The Tekken 7 net code was also a topic of much debate, introducing its rollback net code brand being questioned. With the promise of better netplay around the board, Tekken 7’s Season 4 update aims to make improvements to how the game operates its online play.
Tekken 7 Season 4 will now add a wifi monitor along with the netcode enhancements themselves. It would allow players to see whether their competitor is playing the game on wifi or wired network before acknowledging their offer.
The roster would experience multiple balance adjustments following the pattern of the significant seasonal improvements for Tekken 7, as well as taking them to the latest series with a fresh start. This balance change would also provide new moves for the roster of characters in Tekken 7, offering players new tools in each character’s arsenal while also boosting the health and damage scaling of wall combos slightly. After the Season 2 update, this kind of update has become a staple for Tekken 7, ignoring the possibility of a new Tekken game favoring, including changes that will mostly be reserved for the next title, such as new attack properties and new movements.
When Does It Launch?
The latest version of Tekken 7 releases independently from the return to Kunimitsu’s roster. The game developers released the update on November 9th. Meanwhile, new customization products featuring Pac-Man. Meanwhile, Kunimitsu returns to the list and her new stage on November 10th the next day. Most of Season 4 content is scheduled to arrive in Spring 2021. A unique character and a new location takes place the Tekken 7 roster to 51 characters.
Kunimitsu, the Ninja Traitorous Girl
The Manji Ninja Kunimitsu, mentioned in the previous revelations, is a nimble warrior with several fast tricks similar to Master Raven and Yoshimitsu. This character, though, is, in reality, the daughter of the original Kunimitsu who appeared in the earlier Tekken titles.
The Urban Ninja and Tenko, as her DLC costumes, also come with her inclusion. Kunimitsu also gets her own level, Vermillion Door, which suits the picture of the character with a stage set in a Japanese shrine courtyard.
Changes, Changes Everywhere
As any character gets new moves, the creators of Tekken 7 are still putting in some love for their existing roster. The Season 3 players, including the top tier beast Leroy and Muay Thai giant Fahkumram, have got new movements, unlike other combat game patches. In most games, whether they’ve been published before a significant upgrade, the latest protagonists also get no recent activities.
Many of these added movements are new launcher paths, safer starts for certain characters leading major moves, and even new Rage Push routes. Big buffs and nerves were also earned in this season from the latest update.
Rating and changes to netplay
Bandai Namco also enhanced the game’s rating ladder and netplay system. Now Tekken God Omega is the highest level. The latest Tekken Prowess system offers the name of a player a color-coded rating that indicates how good they’re performing Tekken 7 so far.
Bandai Namco, meanwhile, often enables players to verify if their competitors are on a wired or wifi network. Online players also remember that links to wifi often trigger latency and contribute to high or unreliable ping matches. This development lets players prevent missing spotty ties instead of enhancing their ability.
The latest statement also indicated that it would introduce a new character and stage by early 2021. For the next name in this trailer, the writers left no hints. Today, on Steam, PS4, and Xbox One, the Tekken 7 Season 4 update is live.