Tekken 7 Version 2.20 patch notes now available; Julia and Negan finish the Season 2 DLC lineup

By on March 6, 2019 at 12:30 pm
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Tekken 7 closes out Season 2 with a bang!

Last Thursday was a monumental day for Tekken 7 fans, as Julia Chang and The Walking Dead’s Negan were finally released to close out both the month of February and the game’s Season 2 character roster. Though she appears to have become a live streamer in an effort to support her deforestation efforts, Julia Chang’s charm and classic moves appear to be fully and faithfully preserved, while the leader of the Saviors brings all of the brutality — and personality — he has come to be known for over the years on the AMC series.

In addition, Version 2.20 brings with it a set of new stages, including the “Last Day On Earth,” which faithfully reproduces the Saviors hideout where the infamous Season 6 cliffhanger took place, as well as alternate versions of existing stages complete with new soundtracks. There are also some quality-of-life adjustments to the game, such as being able to finally switch characters without going to stage select, the ability to turn Rage and Counter Hits on or off during Warm-Ups, additional gallery illustrations, and new character panels for Craig Marduk and Armor King.

There have also been some minor balance adjustments to King, Yoshimitsu, Alisa, Shaheen, Josie, Gigas, Nina, Master Raven, Lee, Geese, and previous Season 2 arrivals Anna, Lei, Marduk, and Armor King, on top of some adjustments to the hit reactions of certain airborne Rage Drives, which you can see in full at the following link.

We’ve also included their gameplay trailers — that were first revealed at last month’s Evo Japan — below.

Julia and Negan can be purchased individually for $5.99 and $7.99 respectively, or as part of the Season 2 Character Pass for $29.99, which also includes the previously-released Anna Williams, Lei Wulong, Craig Marduk, and Armor King.

Sources: Bandai Namco Entertainment America (YouTube); Bandai Namco Entertainment

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