The Tekken franchise has been the face of the fighter game genre consistently for decades now. Tekken 7, which was released for arcades and also for multiple home consoles, is now the best competitive fighting game in the gaming industry even today. Continue reading to know all about the Tekken 7 tier list and Tekken 7 update.
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Tekken 7 Season 4 download is available for the following platforms:
Top Tier Tekken 7 fighters.
Very Good Fighters
Average tier fighters.
Below average tier fighters.
These are well below average tier characters.
F-Tier has characters that are worst for competitive matches.
The fighters’ rankings don’t matter as much as the skill and familiarity of the players using them. Tekken is a well-balanced and technical fighting game that you can make any character shine with enough practice. Having good knowledge of the below-mentioned concepts and terms can help one become a better player.
Frames – A unit of time used to measure how fast certain moves are executed by the fighter. There are a few cases in tournaments where the winner wins a match because they used a move with fewer frames (the move will connect faster).
Juggle – A term often used in the fighting game community. It is the action of hitting your opponent while they are suspended in midair (making blocks impossible).
Launch – Refers to the act of striking your opponent so they get up in the air in preparation for a juggle.
Punish – Taking advantage of an opponent’s mistakes (usually a missed strike, grab, or poor positioning). The best players can instantly capitalize on the other player’s missteps.
Poke – Poking is like jabbing in boxing. It’s used as a quick, low-damage move that can gauge the opponent’s position, disrupt a combo, or set up a combo of your own.
Pushback – The distance a fighter moves back after a successful block. If you’re on the offensive, using moves that have great pushback can prevent the opponent from punishing you.
Tech – “Teching” is a popular skill in fighting games wherein you cancel some frames by hitting punch or kick at the right time. The best example of this is teching before hitting the ground to get up faster, avoiding the enemy continuation.
Wall splat/walling – Refers to a situation wherein a fighter is pinned to the edge of the arena, therefore making them more vulnerable to chain combos and juggles.
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