TEKKEN 7 – Patch 1.09 features multiple network adapter crash fix, leaderboard & stability improvements

A few days ago, we informed you about some crash issues in TEKKEN 7 that were caused by the presence of multiple network adapters. And while users discovered a workaround, Bandai Namco has released a new patch that fixes those crashes. 

In addition, this latest PC patch for TEKKEN 7 adds a ranking to ‘Rank Match Wins’ that is divided by character.  Furthermore, it improves stability in ONLINE MODE, Ultimate TEKKEN BOWL, during battles, during some stages, and in some customization screens.

Steam will auto-download this patch the next time you start its client, and you can find its complete changelog below.

TEKKEN 7 – Patch 1.09 Release Notes:

ONLINE MODE

  • During Warm-up, if the opponent found notification window times out, opponent search will be suspended.
  • Antenna during opponent search has been adjusted.
    Some players that were previously shown as ‘5’ will now be displayed as ‘4’
    When max players is set to ‘2’ in Player Match, the option to select ‘Rematch’ after a battle has been added.
  • Leaderboard Improvement
    A ranking divided by character has been added to ‘Rank Match Wins’. 

GAME STABILITY

  • Game stability has been improved in ONLINE MODE, Ultimate TEKKEN BOWL, during battles, during some stages, and in some customization screens.
  • Fixed system failure which causes a crash with PC linked to multiple network adapters

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