Tekken 6 Online Features Detailed


Tucked away inside last week’s Tekken 6 “gone gold” press release, Namco Bandai also detailed the game’s full suite of online features in handy, easy-to-digest list form. Looking over the list, Tekken 6 appears to have a wealth of online options for PSN and Xbox Live competitors to play with, including ranked and player matches supporting voice chat, the ability to upload/download ghost character data and battle replays, and a leaderboard system tracking offline and online versus rankings, earned Battle Points, and rankings in side modes like Scenario Campaign, Time Attack and Survival. Additionally, sometime after the game ships, online co-op will be patched in for the beat-’em-up-style Scenario Campaign as free post-launch DLC. That sure sounds like a robust online offering to me!

Catch the Tekken 6 online features rundown after the break.

Ranked Match and Player Match:
– Rank up or just improve your fighting skills by battling opponents worldwide in online versus mode with voice chat functionality.

Data Upload & Download:
– Create and upload customized ghost characters which accurately replicate your fight style.
– Any player in the world can download your ghost to take on your virtual self in a one-on-one battle even when you’re not online.
– Upload replays of killer matches to share with friends and opponents worldwide.

Scenario Campaign Online Co-op:
– New feature available this winter as a free post-launch downloadable update.
– Jump into intense two player online co-op campaigns against AI controlled enemies and experience the dramatic large-scale action with friends around the globe.

– Battle Points: online only, split between World, Asia, America and Europe.
– Rank: overall online and offline ranking, from Beginner to Tekken God.
– Additional rankings include Ranked Match, Scenario Campaign, Time Attack and Survival.

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