New Details on Tekken 7’s Next Pair of DLCs

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Bandai Namco America has released details on the next DLCs for Tekken 7, which are launching in just a few short days. The fierce Muay Thai fighter, Fahkumram, is joining the Tekken 7 roster. Muay Thai fighters specialize in all out destruction, so all other fighters beware. Alongside Fahkumram joining the roster, a new stage is also coming according to the press release. It is known as the Cave of Enlightenment, within which fighters will battle it out until only the victor still stands. They have also released a trailer showing off the new content for the game:


The new fighter, Fahkumram, and the Cave of Enlightenment stage will both launch in the Americas on the 24th of March. Tekken 7‘s latest pair of DLCs will be available for download on PC (Steam), Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. You can of course find out more about the game at the official Tekken 7 website.

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