Sneak Peek at 4K Tekken 7 on PC
Ashley Allen / 4 years ago
NVIDIA’s YouTube gaming channel, NGN, has debuted an exclusive video of Tekken 7 running at 4K resolution on PC. The 3-minute clip shows the latest iteration in the famous beat-‘em-up series being played on a GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card, and it’s looking pretty gorgeous:
The home release of Tekken 7 is set to differ from the arcade version of the game, with console and PC gamers set to experience it in its latest iteration.
“That’s a new mechanic that isn’t in Tekken 7 arcades yet since we’re about to release a new update called Tekken 7: Fated Retribution, which is like Tekken 7.5,” Tekken 7 Producer Katsuhiro Harada told Siliconera last month. “What you played in the console version is going to be on the latest version. In Tekken 7 for arcades, rage arts didn’t necessarily do that much damage, but now it depends on how much life you have. If you get into rage and do a rage art it might not do that much damage. But, if you only have a little bit of life left it will do much more damage. It depends on how much health you have.”
“In the past, each character was based on a famous fighting style,” he added. “More recently, not so much. You have these different characters like Lucky Chole and Shaheen, like you mentioned. Rather than focus on different fighting styles it’s more about how they are controlled and how they play.”
Tekken 7 is due out on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One next year.