Tekken 7's entire roster is getting new moves next month

Tekken 7's third season pass adds Zafina, Leroy, and a bunch of new moves for every fighter.

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Two years after its original release, Tekken 7 is getting another season pass with extra content.

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When Tekken 7 released in 2017, I noticed a lot of characters were missing. Turns out Bandai Namco cut a few characters out to sell them later on as DLC in $25 season passes or $5-8 purchases. Now we're getting a third season pass that packs in four new characters and some free extra features.

Two of the characters were revealed at EVO 2019: Zafina, probably the best Tekken character ever, is coming in September, and Leroy Smith, a new hip martial arts master will rock the roster in Winter 2019. The most exciting news isn't the characters, though. Bandai Namco is fully updating every single playable fighter with a host of new moves, adding a new dimension to the game itself.

Tekken 7's third season pass will include:

  • 4 new playable characters
  • New Mode
  • New Stage

Check below for a roadmap of upcoming content:

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