Tekken 7 Guide: Arcade Mode Details

Tekken 7 Arcade Mode

Tekken 7, a fighting game, both developed and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, released in June this year. The game is available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. This is the first time in the Tekken game series that a game to feature Unreal Engine. Tekken 7 is about one-on-one battles. The game has got two new mechanisms or elements: Rage Art and Power Crush. Rage Art let the player perform under critical situations. With Rage Art mechanism, the player can perform critical attacks which deal around 30% damage once the health bar is critical. With Power Crush, for high or mid-air attacks, the player can keep attacking the opponent even when getting hit by the enemy. Let’s find out about Tekken 7 Arcade Mode details in this guide.

The game pays homage to its predecessors with an arcade mode. This mode puts you up against a number of fighters leading up to a boss battle in the end. You get rewarded with huge fight money for purchasing customisation and unlockables in the end. This guide will describe the arcade mode in the game.

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Tekken 7 Arcade Mode Details

There are a total of 7 fights with a mid-boss battle against Heihachi Mishima and one of two final boss battles. The default boss is a devil called Kasumi Mishima. If you meet certain conditions in the previous arcade mode fights, you can take part in an alternate boss fight against Akuma. To fight Akuma, you cant have used a continue and/or never lose any round in any fight.

There are also 2-player arcade battles. Another player with his own console attached to the same device can push start button and you can fight him. The winner will go on to play arcade mode and the defeated player can press start at the fight start screen to join in again. This is just like the previous games.