Tekken 7 Ultimate Edition PS4
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I always believed that its weird that you pay less for a complete edition. Fighting games should start at a lower price especially with the amount of seasonpasses and DLC added. A basegame is useless at the end anyway. I would gladly pay more if everything is on a disc and completely patched in a neat package. But not when they start a full price with half the characters missing especially Tekken when thet remove the classic characters to resell them to you in a seasonpass.
I was really hoping the devs would have made a true definitive physical edition with all of the DLC right on the disc. Hell I'd pay $60 for that. The mass amount of content being added is why I kept waiting.
I bout the base game in a sale for about 5 quid, I've no interest in buying annual season passes priced the same as a full game, as long as the base game has a decent selection of fighters these passes and silly editions can go swivel
@darkswabber The physical edition only includes 8 DLC characters not even the whole roster and as a extra insult it does not include these 8 on the disc. Even more sad its even all the new Tekken 7 DLC characters.
Raise your fists and get ready for the ultimate battle on the next generation of home consoles. Powered by the Unreal Engine 4, the storied fighting franchise returns for another round in TEKKEN 7. With the faithful 3D battle system and gameplay intact, TEKKEN 7 takes the franchise to the next level with photo-realistic graphics and new and innovative features and fighting mechanics. TEKKEN 7 resurrects the attitude, competitiveness and showmanship rooted in its arcade DNA to provide the ultimate fighting game experience.
Fans are now able to purchase the Tekken 7 Originals Edition and Tekken 7 Definitive Edition, which includes most of the DLC fighters and all of the DLC fighters, respectively, but each one also comes with a surprisingly high price. The Originals Edition will run you $99.99 on consoles, while the Definitive Edition costs a whopping $119.99, and fans are feeling like these prices don't quite hit the mark of what a "complete" edition is supposed to be.
Modern titles that see continued support for a window of time after their official release sometimes see a final version of the game released after all downloadable content has finished being launched and fully run its course. These commonly come in the form of "Game of the Year" editions for major games, and in the fighting game space they usually have a new version name added to the title so consumers know that this is the big, definitive release.
Complete editions notably include the base game and usually all of the main DLC that was purchasable during the content support lifespan, and these final packages typically come in at a lower price point than it would have cost to buy everything individually when it originally saw its release. This is a way to entice fans who may have waited to pick up the game into joining the fight with a great deal, and I generally always see these editions as a bit of a last hurrah and opportunity for game developers to not only get a bit more money out of their product, but to also make things easier and get the entirety of a title wrapped up neatly in one package.
The Tekken 7 Originals Edition and Definitive Edition seem to be the game's "complete" editions, with the latter being the real complete version of the game. However, Bandai Namco has made some... interesting choices on this front.
Essentially, those who snatched up the Legendary Edition would be getting 36 launch characters and 8 previously released DLC characters who hailed from past Tekken games. Armor King, Anna Williams, Marduk, Julia, Lei, Zafina, Ganryu, and Kunimitsu are all a part of this edition, but noticeably absent are the game's newcomers and all third party guest characters (aside from Street Fighter's Akuma who is a part of the base roster).
Bandai Namco was careful in noting that this wasn't necessarily a "complete edition," but it still felt weird as buyers would be getting some content from every season pass, not all of it, and would have to go in and individually purchase anything they were missing. The asking price for Tekken 7's Legendary Edition was only roughly $35 USD, which isn't bad at all, but still, this release left the community a bit puzzled.
Today's announcement brought about the actual complete edition fans were hoping for, but in order to get it you'll have to pay a sizeable amount of money. Even before that, though, the Originals Edition is another buying option for Tekken 7 that adds four more characters than its EU counterpart.
Purchase TEKKEN 7 - Ultimate Edition and get the most complete experience from TEKKEN 7! This edition includes the full TEKKEN 7 game, all additional content eligible to Season Passes 1 & 2, and the playable character Eliza.
Bandai Namco announced, then released, two new editions of its fantastic 3D fighter Tekken 7. The Tekken 7 Originals and Tekken 7 Definitive editions are now available for purchase digitally on PlayStation, PC, and Xbox platforms. 781b155fdc