#Bandai Namco Entertainment just implemented #Patch 1.06 for #Tekken 7 to quash the nasty bugs brought to the game by patch 1.05. The game will also get a new trailer at Tokyo Game Show (TGS) 2017, hinting the possible big reveal of the second guest character coming to DLC Pack 3.

Update 1.05 angered fans

It was only recently when “Tekken 7” players received the first paid update and a slew of new costumes for their most loved characters. Prior to the release of DLC 1 pack, patch 1.05 was implemented to bring support for this DLC.

The patch also included online improvements, but sadly enough, it also brought in some annoying bugs that irked a lot of players.

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The good thing is that the game publisher quickly responded to the issue that the gamers are facing at the moment. The all new update 1.06 is now live for download to address the problems at hand.

What’s included in update 1.06

Patch 1.06 crushed a bug that caused the frame rate to drop for regular game modes once gamers entered character customization on the PS4 version. It also addressed a small issue with the leaderboards on the PC.

Moreover, according to Tekken subreddit, another change included in the patch that was not stated in the patch notes is that it also fixed the lengthy queuing time when opponents turn down a rematch in the online mode. The said bug caused the waiting time to last from 30 seconds to 30 minutes.

What’s coming next

“Tekken 7” is scheduled to receive two more DLC packs containing one playable guest fighter for each, including their own story and stage.

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Earlier, SNK’s “Fatal Fury” villain Howard Geese was confirmed to arrive in DLC Pack 2 in Winter 2017.

However, the other guest DLC character coming in the third pack in Spring 2018 is not known as of yet.

DLC character reveal at TGS?

In more news, Bandai Namco Entertainment already confirmed its official game lineup for TGS 2017, the biggest gaming convention in Asia dedicated to Japanese video games.

There will be a playable demo, trailers, stage events, and live streams for its upcoming games like “Code Vein,” “Dragon Ball FighterZ,” [VIDEO] “Ace Combat 7,” and a lot more.

Interestingly, there are other video games that will only feature new trailers at the event. The list includes “Tekken 7,” [VIDEO] “Project Cars 2,” “Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Legacy,” and others.

It is worth noting that since the game will also make an appearance at TGS this year, the second DLC character reveal sounds plausible. This is something that fans have been looking forward to hearing from the publisher, and the event seems to be the perfect platform to make the huge announcement.

TGS 2017 is slated to take place from September 21 to September 23 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan.

"Tekken 7" is the first title of the long-running fighting game franchise to debut on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.