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Tekken 7 Version 1.11 Update Fixes Juggling Bugs in the Forgotten Realm

Hope all you combo makers out there had your fun, the window to create unique buggy juggles in the Forgotten Realm stage are now being fixed in the Version 1.11 update to Tekken 7. This bug fix update is being rolled out now on Steam and PlayStation 4 but if it hasn't came out for you yet then the latest you can expect to get it is December 22 according to the Tekken Project twitter account. The bugs being fixed in this update are seemingly an unintended side effect of the recent input lag reduction patch where juggles performed on this stage in particular would reset the juggle 'knock back' after a floor break. Usually in juggles the scaling on a moves knockback on a mid-air opponent would increase to let the opponent 'fly' away eventually after too many hits which prevents potential infinite combos. As of Version 1.11, the bugs have now been stamped out. For those on PC, this update didn't break the Tekken Bot.

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Tekken 7 Version 1.10 Input Lag Reduction Test Results

And it looks like the patch came through with a notable reduction to the input lag! Both DisplayLag and Noodalls have published their testing on the latest Tekken 7 update and found roughly 2 frames of input lag has been chopped right off compared to testing on earlier versions of the game. This improvement to the gameplay comes after months of coding work by the developers so much thanks goes to them for coming through with improving the player experience. The input lag testing for PS4 have been done and you can find them up on Twitter.

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Japan Paves the Way for E-sports with New Gaming Pro Licenses

Big news for the e-sports industry in Japan has come forward with the recent announcement that official 'Pro Licenses' are being issues from next year. Japan has in the past prevented their really strong players from making a career out of their talent due to strict gambling laws but this new initiative will seperate these "Pros" from the general public. With this news in mind, the upcoming Game Party Japan 2018 tournament (Togaiki) comes as the country's first opportunity to grant legal prize money to these professional gamers in the upcoming Tekken 7 tournament on February 10~11, 2018. Bandai Namco have currently been running their Japan Regionals competition starting with online qualifiers from this month which is leading into their finals play off in January 14 with top 3 finishers from there being granted an appearance in the GPJ 2018 tournament. There's a lot more to this to go on as the new year approaches but for now, you can read the details on these developments and the Bandai Namco support source from the Tekken 7 website:

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Tekken 7 Update to Reduce Input Lag is Coming December 14

During the official Bandai Namco Tekken 7 West Tournament finals, Tekken & Soul Calibur producer Motohiro Okubo brought the news forward that the upcoming input lag reduction update that was mentioned for Tekken 7 during the TWT Finals is arriving on December 14. Tekken 7 was noted in particular for having a notable amount of input lag since it's release so this update coming next week should help alleviate the responsiveness feel to player input. Full details on the patch and possible later testing on the reduction patch to come hopefully soon. You can check out Motohiro Okubo detail the update in the Twitch clip below.

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Soul Calibur 6 Features a New 'Reversal Edge' Battle Mechanic

Wondering what was going on in the reveal trailer for Soul Calibur 6? Word from Bandai Namco have come down to describe the new battle system in place for this time around. SC6 features a mechanic called the 'Reversal Edge' and it is described as a way for combatants to clash against each other and be able to perform powerful counterattacks based on the opponent's action. Soul Calibur 6 is said to take place during the 16th century and will revisit the events of the original SOULCALIBUR. Both new and old fighters will be featured in the roster with our first two confirmed characters being Mitsurugi & Sophitia. Soul Calibur 6 is slated to release for PS4/XB1 & PC in 2018. Announcement Press Release below.

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