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Tekken 7 Characters: Updated List Including All The New, Returning And DLC Fighters » One Two Gamer



Tekken 7 Characters: Updated List Including All The New, Returning And DLC Fighters » One Two Gamer

Tekken 7 is the fighting game which is the latest addition to the Tekken series. Although being seventh in the series, it is the Avant-Garde of the use of the unreal engine in the game.

At the time of writing Tekken 7 characters list contains a total of 49 playable characters.

We have put together all the Tekken 7 characters in this article and explained them comprehensively.

Tekken 7 New Characters:

These are the Tekken 7 characters that have not been included in previous sequels in Tekken and have made their debut in Tekken 7.


Tekken 7 Fahkumram

Fahkumram, the Muay Thai champion, is a huge guy who is tattooed and remarkably muscular. The corrupt officials have captured his wife and daughter, so he is here from Thailand to fight them free.

Leroy Smith

Tekken 7 Leroy Smith

Leroy Smith is a wing chun master who returns to take the revenge of his family after training for 50 years in secrecy in New York City. He lost his family to gang violence as a kid.


Tekken 7 Akuma

Akuma aka Gouki is a major contender in the Street Fighter series and UDON Comics. Akuma makes his licensed guest appearance in Tekken 7. He is known for his immense power with Satsui no Hadō. Akuma conflicted with his brother Gouken multiple times. He is the killer of their master Goutetsu when he finds out that his father had exploited Satsui no Hadō.

Claudio Serafino

Tekken 7 Claudio

Claudio Serafino is sanctioned with Sirius Magic. He is here to screen against Devil Gene’s threats as he is a member of an Anti-Devil Organization from Italy.

Geese Howard

Tekken 7 Geese Howard

Geese Howard, the crime boss of South Town, is a character from the Fatal Fury, Art of Fighting and The King of Fighters. Geese was the second-highest demanded character in a fan poll on Harada’s twitter. He is remarked by his hakkyokuseiken fighting style.


Tekken 7 Gigas

Gigas is the humanoid character who uses his destructive impulses to crush his opponents. His otherwise red and colossal nude body has cybernetics attached to it.

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Tekken 7 Jack-7

Jack-7 uses his viscerally brute force to pound on his opponents. The Jack-7 comes up with an improvised design in which he has red hair and green glowing arms.

Josie Rizal

Tekken 7 Josie Rizal

Josie Rizal is a Filipina nymphet who is apt in eskrima and kickboxing. She wears a yellow top, a blue miniskirt, and a red bow.

Katarina Alves

Tekken 7 Katarina Alves

Katarina Alves is the practitioner of the art of savate. She is a wholly beginner-friendly character.

Kazumi Mishima

Tekken 7 Kazumi Mishima

Kazumi Mishima is Heihachi’s wife and Kazuya’s mother and the possessor of Devil Gene. Similar to her husband and son, her fighting style is Hachijo style karate. Although, her karate style is additionally perky when it comes to bidding a tiger and levitating. Primarily, she served as the game’s final boss enemy. Kazumi also has a form of the devil, which is only playable in the final stage.

Kid Kazuya

Tekken 7 Kid Kazuya

As the name itself explains, Kid Kazuya is the younger version of Kazuya Mishima. He has a brief playable part in the story mode.

Lucky Chloe

Tekken 7 Lucky Chloe

Lucky Chloe is the character who has a “freestyle dance” fighting style. He is an idol who you can see wearing a kitten-themed costume.

Master Raven

Tekken 7 Master Raven

She is the female ninja with a fighting style very close to Raven. She heads the organizations that the original Raven works for.


Tekken 7 Negan

Negan was added as post-launch downloadable content, he is an antagonist from The Walking Dead comic and TV series. To scare his enemies, he possesses a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire. He calls the bat Lucille.

Noctis Lucis Caelum

Tekken 7 Noctis Lucis Caelum

Noctis was also added as post-launch downloadable content. Noctis Lucis Caelum, the lead protagonist of Final Fantasy XV, is the prince of the kingdom of Lucis.


Tekken 7 Shaheen

Shaheen is a beginner-friendly character who is a Saudi Arabian man who uses a “military self-defense” fighting style. He wears Keffiyeh.

Tekken 7 Returning Characters:

These are the characters that have already been included in previous sequels in Tekken and have appeared again in Tekken 7.

Alisa Bosconovitch

Tekken 7 Alisa Boskonovitch

She first appears in Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion. She is one of the most popular characters of the series and has been widely both praised and criticized for her character design. She has detachable body parts that instantly grow back. Alisa mainly uses attacks such as rockets, use of the head as an explosive and also attacks from her chainsaw.

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Anna Williams

Tekken 7 Anna Williams

She is the sassy and snobbish younger sister of nice and serious Nina Williams (the personal bodyguard of Kazuya and works at G Corporation) is also the aunt of Steve Fox. One of her typical recognitions is her rivalry with Nina. Though she shares her moves with her sister, still she has roached more idiosyncratic move-set. She sometimes appears as a minor villain.

Armor King

Tekken 7 Armor King

Two characters have qualified to be labeled as Armor King which are often distinguished numerically. Armor King II is the younger brother of Armor King. Armor King II first appeared as a playable character in Tekken 5 and ever since it has continued to be the part of series.

Asuka Kazama

Tekken 7 Asuka

Asuka Kazama first got introduced in Tekken 5. She an angry Japanese teenager who is known for rivalry with Lili. She is one of the most famous characters in the series.

Bob Richards

Tekken 7 Bob

He was introduced in Tekken 6. He is an American martial artist who has fought innumerable competitions. But he lacks the skills to rumble bigger rivals. He fattens himself to the extent of morbid obesity.

A thinner version of the character was also introduced but he original bob was added in the Tekken 7 update.

Bryan Fury

Tekken 7 Bryan Fury

Bryan Fury made his debut in Tekken 3 and had been a mainstay in the series ever since. He is a competitive kickboxer who was one killed in a shootout when he was an Interpol officer. Dr. Abel made his revival possible by using cybernetics.

Craig Marduk

Tekken 7 Craig Marduk

Craig Marduk was first introduced in Tekken 4. He initiated as a villain, but his character develops as a hero gradually at the end of Tekken 5. Although he has been included in all the releases since Tekken 4, he is available as a DLC character only in Tekken 7.

Jin Kazama / Devil Jin

Tekken 7 Jin Kazama

Jin Kazama made his debut as the protagonist in Tekken 3. He has been trained by his grandfather and he is here to take revenge for the ostensible death of his mother Jun Kazama.

Jin Kazama turns into Devil Jin after losing control of the Devil Gene which he inherited from his father Kazuya Mishima and awakened by Heihachi. Devil Jin has been a playable character since Tekken 5. He has neither strong nor weak move-sets.

Eddy Gordo

Tekken 7 Eddy Gordo

He was introduced in Tekken 3. Eddy is a capoeira fighter from Brazil. He thrives revenge for the assassination of his parents. However, from Tekken 5, Eddy, along with Christie Monteiro, searches for the cure to the illness from which Christie’s grandfather, Eddy’s master, is suffering.


Tekken 7 Eliza

She was voted number most wanted character in the poll to determine the new character addition. She is an immortal and strong vampire who has been alive for more than a century.

She starts being a playable character mainly in Tekken 7 where she uses a similar playstyle to Akuma. Her fighting style includes paranormal moves i.e. teleportation and shooting grounded energy, etc.

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Feng Wei

Tekken 7 Feng

Feng Wei who is a pupil of God Fist Style ends up killing his master when he got scolded for fighting outside the allowable premises. He has been included in the series continuously since Tekken 5. He is after the secrets of the God Fist that got stolen by the Mishima family.


Tekken 7 Ganryu

He is the sumo wrestler who has been banned from the sport because of doing forbidden acts i.e. firebreathing and taunting, etc. He is then directed into the life of crime. He is one of the extremely rough brawlers of the series.

He has been hired by the Mishima family and they paid him handsomely for his services in Mishima Zaibatsu corporation. He wants to build his sumo ring to woo his crush Michelle Chang, but she instead defeats him, so he returns to Japan. He then wanted to woo Michelle’s daughter but somehow stays unsuccessful in that too.

Heihachi Mishima

Tekken 7 Heihachi

Heihachi is one of the lead antagonists of the game. He was the boss character of the first Tekken game. He then played the protagonist in Tekken 2. He betrays his relatives so many of them are his opposers and want him dead. However, Heihachi intends to kill his son and grandson as he wants their Devil Gene powers. It is believed that his part in Tekken 7 is his final appearance in the series.


Tekken 7 Hwoarang

Hwoarang made his debut in Tekken 3 and has become a constant part of the series ever since. He enters the third tournament to take revenge from Ogre for the attack done on his Taekwondo master Baek Doo Saan. He also became and rival as well as a friend of Jin Kazama. He is a mixup juggernaut and can twine attacks without any break.


Tekken 7 Jack-6

Though only playable in Tekken 7 story mode, Jack 6 got introduced in Tekken 6. Jack 6 is an upgraded version of Jack 5. It has the same mission of destructing Mishima in the King Of Iron Fist Tournament 6

Julia Chang

Tekken 7 Julia

Julia first got introduced in Tekken 3. She is the adopted daughter of the fighter, Michelle Chang. Julia is supposed to guard and save the forest of her tribe. There is always a tinge of Native American symbols in her costumes. In Tekken 7, her classic attire is Native American. She uses Chinese martial arts as her fighting style.

Kazuya Mishima / Devil Kazuya

Tekken 7 Jin Kazama

Starting as the protagonist in the first part, Kazuya Mishima turns into one of the main antagonists of the series. He strives to take revenge from his father Heichaci Mishima who threw him off the cliff. Kazuya villainizes in the coming sequels by becoming a power-hungry character. He possesses Devil Gene which can change him into a devil.

His fighting style is Mishima Style Fighting Karate. He is considered as one of the most difficult characters to play because of his immense power.


Tekken 7 King

There are two characters named as King in the Tekken game series. The inspiration for these characters was pro wrestler Satoru Sayama and Mexican wrestler Fray Tormenta. King, I has been added in Tekken and Tekken 2, while King II is the part of all the other Tekken games from then on.


Tekken 7 Kuma

There are two characters for Kuma. The Kuma I has been the part of Tekken and Tekken 2 and Kuma II has been included in all the other next Tekken games. Kuma I and Kuma II are father and son.

They are the tamed bears, functioning as the bodyguards of Heihachi Mishima. They are beloved pets of Heihachi and are trained by him.

Lars Alexandersson

Tekken 7 Lars

Lars Alexandersson is introduced in Tekken 6. He soon became a popular character among the players. He became the main protagonist in Tekken 6 console versions.

He used to be a member of the Tekken Force premilitary unit. He confronts the crooked Mishima Zaibatsu corporation, being responsible for starting the world war. He is then revealed as the illegitimate son of Heihachi Mishima. To stop the war which his half-nephew started in Tekken 6’s storyline, he squares up to Jin Kazama.

Lars Alexandersson’s character has been both criticized as well as praised.

Lee Chaolan / Violet

Tekken 7 Lee Chaolan_Violet

This player character is an orphan who was adopted by Heihachi Mishima. He gets into one-sided animosity with Kazuya Mishima. Lee Chaolanenters into the King of Iron Fist fighting tournament with the primary objective of defeating Kazuya. Except in Tekken 3, Lee has appeared in every Tekken game since the original Tekken. In several series installments, Lee has appeared as an alter ego named Violet.

Lei Wulong

Tekken 7 Lei Wulong

Lei is added to Tekken in order to pay tribute to Jackie Chan. Lei is the police officer who is set to investigate unlawful activities of Mishima’s corporation where they are hunting and trading the prohibited species. Lei has earned great critical appraisal for its characteristics.

Leo Kliesen

Tekken 7 Leo

Leo Kliesen is the son of an international spelunker and a G Corporation’s executive Emma. Leo is a Bajiquan expert from Germany. When Leo’s mother got murdered by some unknown assaulter and police seizes the investigation, Leo set on the task of striving for the truth.

For this motive, the best person to get close to in such a situation was Kazuya Mishima. In order get near to him, Leo decides to enter The King Of Iron Fist Tournament sponsored by Mishima Zaibatsu where Kazuya has planned to appear. Leo has been given an ambiguous appearance and a shortened name in order to give the character enough gender flexibility.

Leo finds out in Tekken Tag Tournament 2 that his mother was also involved in the company working as a researcher, heading a project named “Hybrid Gene”, where her subject was Steve Fox.

Lili De Rochefort

Tekken 7 Lili

Lili was first introduced in Tekken 5. She clashes with her father on his participation in King Of Iron Fist tournaments. She then deals with Jin Kazama too. She has mostly received positive acclamation. Her official style is street fighting while having the skill of gymnastics too.

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Marshall Law

Tekken 7 Marshall Law

First debuted in Tekken, he wants to initiate a martial arts school from the funds which he hopes to earn from the prize money earned in The King of The Iron Fist tournaments. He is said to be included in Tekken as a tribute to Bruce Lee.

Law’s son named Forest Law also becomes a playable character later.

Miguel Caballero Rojo

Tekken 7 Miguel

Miguel Caballero was kicked out of his house by his parents at the age of 15 for fighting all the time. When his sister, to whom he is very close, gets killed on her wedding day because of the airstrike launched by Mishima Zaibatsu. He is determined to seek answers from Jin Kazama. Jin Kazama’s disappearance also strings the eradication of Miguel’s vengeance. However, his unplanned confrontation with Jin after a while again starts the brawl.

Nina Williams

Tekken 7 Nina Williams

Nina is probably the most famous female character of the Tekken series. She is the only female character who appears in all the main installments of the Tekken series. She made her first appearance in the Tekken original. She is the cold-blooded assassin, Irish in her nationality.

Nina has a wobbly relationship with her sister Anna Williams. Nina’s fighting style is marked by Hapkido and Koppojutsu, etc.


Tekken 7 Panda

Panda is the pet of Ling Xiaoyu since Tekken 3. Kuma is in love with Panda while Panda does not respond to him with the same intentions. Panda has been taught bear fighting which makes her apt to be a bodyguard of Xiaoyu in the series.

Paul Phoenix

Tekken 7 Paul Phoenix

Paul Phoenix was debuted in the original Tekken. He appears in every main installment of the series. He is an irascible biker. He enters into The King Of Iron Fist tournaments repetitively as a judo expert with the motive of proving himself as the world’s best fighter. He gets into a rivalry with Kuma.

Paul has received mixed criticism on his appearance and characteristics.

Sergei Dragunov

Tekken 7 Sergei Dragunov

He is a Russian Spetsnaz soldier. His fighting expertise has earned him a nickname of “White Angel Of Death”. He fails the mission which Jin Kazama instructs him on, which is revealed in Tekken 6. However, Sergei Dragunov enters The King Of Iron Fist in order to defeat and capture Jin. He is rivaling to Raven. Sergei has no dialogue in the game except battle grunts.

Steve Fox

Tekken 7 Steve Fox

Steve Fox is the son of Nina Williams. After surviving the subject to be tested and designed as the super-soldier for Tekken forces, he becomes a British boxer. He learns about his mother when he enters in fourth King Of Iron Fist Tournament. In the fifth tournament, he succeeds in destroying Mishima’s research institute. He is invited by Marshall Law and Paul Phoenix to be trained in martial arts when his boxing career dries because of the world war started by Jin Kazama.

He also defeats his mother when she is set to assassinate a mob boss. That is when Nina shares information with her son when she was captured by Zaibatsu. Later, Steve helps Nina to escape.

Ling Xiaoyu

Tekken 7 Ling Xiaoyu

Introduced in Tekken 3, she makes an appearance in every subsequent game. She is a friend of Jin Kazama and a potential romantic interest too. She tried to intrude into the corrupt issues of the Mishima family. She is known as a really strong female character in the game. She is 16 years old at her age.

Her fighting style is marked by Baguazhang and Piguaquan.


Tekken 7 Yoshimitsu

Yoshimitsu is the leader of the Manji Clan. He is the practitioner of Ninjutsu and a swordsman with a mechanical fake arm.

Yoshimitsu is a name of which has been put up by many characters in all the series of Tekken. Every character has its own biography and details based on varied contexts.


Tekken 7 Zafina

She has an Egyptian descent. Zafina owns spiritual powers and has an ancient bloodline of evil dispellers. She is also an astrologer while mainly being a protector and an assassin for her clan. She predicts the world-ending clash of Jin Kazama and Kazuya Mishima. In Tekken 6, she rivals against the Tekken forces and gives Lars Alexandersson and Raven the location of Azazel’s Temple.

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Pubg Mobile Headshot Config



Pubg Mobile Headshot Config

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, also known as PUBG, is one of the most popular battle royale games in the world. The mobile version of the game, PUBG Mobile, has gained immense popularity among mobile gamers. One of the key aspects of PUBG Mobile is headshots, which can be a game-changer in any battle. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the PUBG Mobile headshot config and how it can improve your gameplay.

Before we dive into the details of the headshot config, let’s first understand what headshots are and why they are important. In PUBG Mobile, a headshot is a shot that hits an opponent’s head. Headshots are highly effective as they deal more damage than a regular shot, making it easier to take down enemies in one shot. This is especially important in battle royale games like PUBG Mobile, where every second counts, and the slightest advantage can make all the difference.

Now, let’s talk about the headshot config in PUBG Mobile. The headshot config is a setting that you can adjust in the game’s settings menu. This setting is responsible for controlling the sensitivity of the aiming reticle when you are aiming at an opponent’s head. The higher the sensitivity, the easier it is to aim for the head, and the lower the sensitivity, the harder it is.

The headshot config is divided into two settings: one for the hip fire mode, and one for the scope mode. The hip fire mode is when you are not aiming down the sights of your weapon, and the scope mode is when you are. You can adjust the sensitivity of both modes separately to suit your gameplay style.

To access the headshot config, open the game’s settings menu and select the “Sensitivity” option. Here, you’ll see two options for “Camera” and “ADS.” Camera controls the sensitivity for hip fire mode, and ADS controls the sensitivity for scope mode. You can adjust the sensitivity of both settings by sliding the bars to the left or right. The higher the value, the more sensitive the aiming reticle will be when aiming for the head.

It’s worth noting that finding the right sensitivity settings for your gameplay style may take some trial and error. We recommend starting with a moderate sensitivity and gradually increasing it until you find a setting that works for you. Also, keep in mind that different weapons have different recoil patterns and may require different sensitivity settings.

In conclusion, the headshot config in PUBG Mobile can greatly improve your gameplay by making it easier to aim for the head and take down enemies quickly. By adjusting the sensitivity settings to your liking, you can find a setting that suits your gameplay style and helps you become a better player. So, experiment with the settings, practice, and keep improving your skills to become a pro at PUBG Mobile.

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Free Fire Graphics



Free Fire Graphics

Free Fire is one of the most popular battle royale games available on mobile devices today. It has garnered a massive player base, thanks to its addictive gameplay, unique features, and outstanding graphics. In this article, we will be discussing the graphics of Free Fire in detail and how they contribute to the game’s success.

Free Fire graphics are among the best in the mobile gaming industry, thanks to the game’s development team’s efforts. The game’s graphics are not only visually appealing, but they are also optimized for the low-end mobile devices, which makes it accessible to a wider audience. The game’s graphics engine provides a seamless gaming experience, and players can enjoy smooth gameplay with no lag or frame rate drops.

One of the standout features of Free Fire graphics is its attention to detail. The game’s environments are meticulously designed, and every element in the game feels like it belongs in the world. The game’s terrain, buildings, and objects are all created to look and feel like they belong in the game’s universe. Additionally, the game’s characters are designed to be unique and customizable, allowing players to create their own personalized gaming experience.

Another important aspect of Free Fire graphics is its lighting and special effects. The game’s lighting system is dynamic, meaning that it changes depending on the time of day and the weather conditions in the game. This creates a more immersive gaming experience for the players, as they can feel like they are actually in the game’s world. The game’s special effects, such as explosions and gunfire, are also impressive and add to the game’s overall immersion.

One of the most significant factors contributing to Free Fire’s graphics success is its accessibility. The game can be played on most mobile devices, regardless of their processing power or graphics capabilities. This means that a wider audience can enjoy the game’s impressive graphics, contributing to the game’s popularity.

In conclusion, Free Fire’s graphics are undoubtedly one of the game’s standout features. The game’s graphics engine provides a seamless gaming experience, and the attention to detail in the game’s environments and characters is impressive. The lighting and special effects also add to the game’s immersion, and the game’s accessibility means that a wider audience can enjoy the graphics. Overall, Free Fire graphics are a significant factor in the game’s success, and it’s no wonder that the game has become one of the most popular mobile battle royale games available today.

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Gta 3 Graphics



Gta 3 Graphics

Grand Theft Auto 3, released in 2001, was a groundbreaking game that revolutionized the open-world gaming genre. One of the most significant aspects of the game was its graphics, which were a significant improvement over its predecessors. The game’s graphics were ahead of its time, making it one of the best-looking games of its era.

The game’s graphics were powered by RenderWare, a powerful game engine developed by Criterion Software. RenderWare allowed the game to have a more realistic and detailed world than its predecessors. The game featured a vast open-world environment that was richly detailed, with detailed textures and well-designed buildings and vehicles. The game’s graphics were also optimized for a wide range of hardware configurations, making it accessible to a larger audience.

One of the game’s most impressive graphical features was its lighting system. The game’s lighting was dynamic, with shadows that moved and changed depending on the position of the sun. The game’s weather system was also impressive, with realistic rain, fog, and even snow. The game’s day and night cycle was also a first for the series, adding a level of immersion to the game that was previously absent.

The game’s character models were also impressive, with detailed facial expressions and realistic animations. The game’s main character, Claude, was well-designed, with realistic clothing and well-animated movements. The game’s other characters were also well-designed, with unique looks and personalities.

The game’s vehicles were also a significant improvement over its predecessors. The game featured a wide range of vehicles, including cars, trucks, motorcycles, and boats. The vehicles were well-designed, with detailed textures and realistic physics. The game’s driving mechanics were also improved, with more responsive controls and better handling.

Grand Theft Auto 3’s graphics were not without their flaws, however. The game suffered from some graphical glitches, such as pop-in and texture flickering. The game also suffered from a limited draw distance, with objects and buildings appearing only when the player was close enough. These issues were minor, however, and did not detract from the game’s overall graphical quality.

In conclusion, Grand Theft Auto 3’s graphics were a significant improvement over its predecessors, with a well-designed world, impressive lighting system, and realistic character models and vehicles. The game’s graphics were ahead of its time and contributed to its success and lasting legacy in the gaming industry.

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