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Tekken 7: Bandai Namco is working to solve online matchmaking issues

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Recently, players of Tekken 7 have spoken out on the web about certain problems that has plagued the online match of the game. For some it is really problematic to connect and face opponents online, but Bandai Namco said that they were aware of the situation and will soon release a patch to fix the problem.


Speaking to fans on social media website, Bandai Namco has indeed confirmed that it has received “inquiries from a number of customers” and it is working to fix the problems. “We are currently investigating the issue and plan to address the problem through an online update scheduled to modify the game spec and improve matching. Player and opponent character will no longer be displayed when searching for a match in Ranked Match,” the team said in a statement.

Currently we do not know when this update will be available, but more information will be released through the official website of Tekken.

In another news, according to the weekly sales record in the United Kingdom, Tekken 7 took the lead within a few days of its debut to place itself at the top of the sales, thus dislodging Injustice 2.

The game of Bandai Namco started with its launch in the first place of the sales, an accomplishment that the franchise had not registered since 1998, in the time of Tekken 3 on PlayStation. The previous game of the franchise, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 debuted in second place in 2012.

As for the other positions, Overwatch climbs the chart again and it is placed in second place, followed by Injustice 2, FIFA 17, Grand Theft Auto V and Prey.

Rajesh V
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