by David Sanchez on September 2, 2012 @ 3:02 pm
Namco Bandai previously announced that the upcoming Tekken Tag Tournament 2 would sport its very own premium online service. Of course, people wondered how much they’d have to pay for something like this on account of the whole “premium” deal. Well, Tekken fans, you’re in luck, because you’re not going to have to pay anything for this service. Not a dime.
World Tekken Federation will be absolutely free of charge and it will deliver a robust set of online features for Tekken Tag Tournament 2. Players will be able to check out replays of their battles; scope out different stats including how often certain moves are used; and check out up-to-date leaderboards. You’ll also have access to a team creation option, so you can pair up with other players and formulate strategies.
It’s great to see Tekken Tag Tournament 2 getting a deep online component. Here’s hoping the service provides fans with a worthwhile gaming experience that makes the game better and more engaging.
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