Tekken 7 patch coming to PS4 on December 14th to provide input delay improvements
Bandai Namco is still working to make Tekken 7 smoother.
Earlier today on Twitter, Tekken 7 producer Motohiro Okubo announced that a new patch (version 1.10) will release for PlayStation 4 that will improve input delay. No word has yet been given on XBox One or Steam/PC.
One more time! Input delay improvement patch for TEKKEN7 PS4 will be released 14th December!
— Motohiro Okubo (@achilles_Okubo) December 10, 2017
Note: When Motohiro says “One more time!” he is talking about tweeting this one more time, because the first time he mistakenly said November instead of December.
This has been a continued area of concern for Tekken fans. Hopefully this makes the gameplay smoother and near or just like it is on PC. We shall see.
This more than likely isn’t the update Harada-san and Michael Murray talked about at the Tekken 7 Global Finals, where they were working closely with the makers of Unreal Engine 4, as they said that wouldn’t be ready until sometime in 2018.