Tekken 7 June 21st PC patch fixes minor bugs, leaderboards, and places hackers into a cesspool
If you want to use hacks and mods, well, enjoy the low life of Tekken 7.
Bandai Namco released a new patch for the Steam (PC) version of Tekken 7 earlier today called the “June 21st PC Patch.” While there is nothing major such as game balances or networking issues, the patch does fix some minor bugs, as well as deal with hackers. Full patch notes were released on Steam, and they were as follows:
- 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.
It’s interesting to note that hackers will now be paired with other hackers, sheltering players who are playing the game as intended. Our guess is that those who use exploits, unreleased customization items or mods are able to be detected somehow, and will placed into their own little cesspool. That doesn’t sound like fun. Hopefully that’s enough to deter gamer’s playing with hacked versions.
To see the full post hop on over to Steam.