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Tekken 7 Tier List – Updated April, 2020

This page shows Tekken 7 Tier List (Updated: April, 2020). Our Tekken 7 Tier List classifies each characters into the most competitive category.

Tekken 7 Tier List

Tekken 7 is the seventh game of the popular fighting game series developed by Bandai Namco Entertainment. In the game, players are available 48 characters, performing in a variety of martial arts styles.

Tekken 7 was released on March 18, 2015 and is available to play on Arcade Game Machines, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The project runs on the Unreal Engine 4, which the developers have chosen so as not to waste time improving their own engine.

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Characters from past games returned to the game, and new heroes were added.

Several new gameplay mechanics have also been developed for the new part – for example, you can strike even if the opponent is already conducting a successful combination against your hero. Another innovation is Rage Art, the ability to use special hits that remove from 40 to 80% health depending on the character that the hero can use at a critical level of health.

 

Tekken 7 Tier List

We have worked very hard and tried our best to rank all the characters of “Tekken 7” in a tier list based on their strengths, weaknesses, attacking style and a lot more stats:

 

S-Tier

  • Leroy
  • Steve
  • Akuma
  • Geese Howard

 

A-Tier

  • Paul
  • Jin
  • Shaheen
  • Devil Jin
  • Kazumi
  • Law
  • Dragunov
  • King
  • Zafina
  • Lee
  • Ganryu
  • Master Raven

 

B-Tier

  • Julia
  • Kazuya
  • Alisa
  • Hwoarang
  • Claudio
  • Heihachi
  • Jack-7
  • Nina
  • Bryan

 

C-Tier

  • Josie
  • Feng
  • Miguel
  • Bob
  • Lucky Chloe
  • Leo
  • Lili
  • Anna

 

D-Tier

  • Marduk
  • Katarina
  • Asuka
  • E-Tier
  • Negan
  • Panda
  • Kuma

 

E-Tier

  • Noctis
  • Lars
  • Yoshimitsu
  • Armor King
  • Xiaoyu

 

F-Tier

  • Eliza
  • Eddy
  • Lei
  • Gigas

 

Tekken 7 European Version

Interestingly, in the European version of Tekken 7, players will not have the opportunity to dress the heroines in swimsuits. According to project producer Katsuhiro Harada, the SJW community, social justice advocates who support multiculturalism and feminism, is to blame for this. Harada noted that video games are now scolded for the sexual objectification of women, and therefore, frank outfits had to be abandoned. However, the producer hinted at the likelihood of the appearance of swimwear in the game: for example, in some addition.

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