Tekken 7 June Update Live on PC, Full Patch Notes Revealed

The Tekken team has prepared another patch for the PC version of Tekken 7. The update brings fixes for several issues, such as the leaderboard only showing the 97th rank or the game glitching out after minimizing the window. The full patch notes also reveals a tweak that will prevent legit players from getting matched with hackers.

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Tekken 7 June Update Live on PC, Full Patch Notes Revealed
Tekken 7 June Update Live on PC, Full Patch Notes Revealed

Konami has cooked up a new update for Tekken 7 on the PC. Considering that this is the first installment in the franchise that has made it over to PCs, it’s no surprise that it might need a little bit extra support. Many fans have been apprehensive towards the PC version, but as it turns out, Konami really did a great job with the port. That being said, there’s still some issues that need resolving, and the Tekken team is on the job.

The June update to the PC version of Tekken 7 brings several fixes for some pretty annoying problems. However, arguably the most important aspect of the update is that it adjusts the matchmaking. This seemingly little tweak is actually pretty significant, because it prevents hackers from getting matches with “legit users”. You can check out the full patch notes of the June update below.

  • Fixes an issue where the leaderboard only shows until the 97th rank and players can’t jump to their own ranking.
  • Fixes an issue where players can’t resume the game after minimizing the app’s Window.
  • Updates the matching version to ensure hackers will not be matched with legit users anymore.
  • Fixes Nina’s Ivory Cutter, Eddy’s rage arts and Miguel’s power crash move.
  • Fixes an issue where sometimes both controls are assigned to 1P in VERSUS battle.
  • Fixes an issue where the keyboard becomes unresponsive after reconnecting USB devices.
  • Fixes issues where customized Kazuya’s 3D model partially disappears.
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