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By Sunjun . July 12, 2013 . 3:20pm
Namco Bandai is bringing an update to their free-to-play fighting game Tekken Revolution on July 16th. Among the highlights are Sergei Dragunov and Hwoarang, who will be available as playable characters.
One of the new elements in Tekken Revolution is the ability to upgrade your characters by improving their strength, endurance, and vigor. With the upcoming update, you’ll be able to reset their stats and gain back your points and money. If you feel the character upgrading is a cheap gimmick, you’ll be able to fight online without the stats in place, too.
Along with those additions, there are the new, obligatory DLC costumes, including school uniforms and swimsuits. Also available will be special effects to make your fighting look fancier:
In addition, there will be a new mode called Warm-Up Space in which you can train to your heart’s extent without spending time or coins. The Arcade Mode will also come in two new difficulty settings, Hard and Very Hard, which multiply the number of money and gift points you earn by 1.5 and 2, respectively.
Lastly, for people who have already put a lot of hours into the game, the rank cap will be raised from 15-dan to 19-dan, and the level cap will be raised from 50 to 60.
Tekken Revolution is available now for the PS3 in Japan, North America, and Europe.