Tekken 7 gets a new "rendering camera system"
The awaited fighting game of all times, Tekken 7, may receive a camera feature that would allow players to fight on the left-hand side of the screen in versus matches, even if they're player two
The awaited fighting game of all times, Tekken 7, may receive a camera feature that would allow players to fight on the left-hand side of the screen in versus matches, even if they're player two. This option would only be available on setups involving two screens, or for online multiplayer matches. Chief producer Katsuhiro Harada, recently shared an image that emulates the use of this new camera feature thus giving a clear view how this feature would frame out in action.
The image depicts a two-player versus match on a dual-monitor Tekken 7 arcade cabinet. On one screen, player one begins the match positioned on the left-hand side. On the other screen, player two also begins on the left-hand side, like a mirrored version of player one's screen. The reasoning behind the feature is comfort.
Players, who are used to playing on the left side during training or casual play, could carry that familiarity over to competitive matches, where they otherwise might have had to start on the right, as player two. It's a small difference, but one that could prove impactful for some. There is no confirmation that this feature will necessarily be a part of the game it is currently in the Beta version and can be removed on account of improper deployment.