Tekken 7 has today launched its October 12 update on PC, so here’s the full list of changes and additions with today’s patch. This patch is also known as update 4.22, so keep that in mind when checking your game’s version number. Either way, this update is fairly unexciting. With just two changes to talk about below, you shouldn’t go in expecting all the bells and whistles of a major content update. That doesn’t make it not worth talking about though. Without further adieu, here’s everything new with Tekken 7 in its October 12 update!
Tekken 7 October 12 Update Patch Notes
The update has tackled the following issues according to the Twitter post.
- At a certain timing, performing a Rage Art after a KO causes the battle to end.
- Performing a Rage Art in certain circumstances resulting in a KO causes the battle to end.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
All in all, the October 12 update for Tekken 7 doesn’t bring much of note. These issues are for sure annoying whenever you run into them, but you aren’t going to come back after a long hiatus just because two issues have been taken care of On the bright side though, there are likely stability fixes in there somewhat to improve the health of the game. These aren’t flashy at all, but at least they’re noticeable if you find the game having some slight struggles. There was also a massive ban and warning wave a few weeks ago, so hopefully, that’s helped in making the overall experience just a bit more stable.
Tekken 7 is available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The update, as previously mentioned, is only available with the PC version. For more information regarding this update, check out the official Twitter page. And be sure to keep an eye on The Nerd Stash for other patch note coverage.