Tekken 7 Cheats

2 June 2017
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Tekken 7 Cheats

Looking for Tekken 7 cheats on PS4, Xbox One & PC? Here we’ll list Tekken 7 cheat codes and unlockables with tips for Bandai Namco’s new fighting game.

Here we will show you how to unlock all Tekken 7 codes with a cheats list that’s valid for the PC, PS4 & Xbox One versions (where available).

Take a look at the cheats below…

Table of Contents

Index of Tekken 7 Guides:

Tekken 7 Cheats

Unlockable Special Chapter

How To Unlock The Special Chapter: Complete main “The Mishima Saga” storyline until the end — so that Chapter 14 & Epilogue are cleared — in order to unlock a Special Chapter where Devil Kazuya faces off against Akuma. – Akuma is a real handful in this Special Chapter and moves really quickly…

Here’s a step-by-step cheat to beat Akuma:
1. Set the difficulty on Easy so that you get Basic Combos.
2. Use Devil Blaster (LK+RK) at long range or Reverse Devil Blaster when Akuma is mid-range.
3. Akuma will throw two hits which you can block and punish immediately with Devil Fist (forward, forward, RP). It’s one of the fastest moves Kazuya has. If the hit connects, keep pressing RP to chain the Basic Combo 2. If Akuma blocks, don’t use it more than 2 times, he will counter after 3 blocks.
4. When you drain his life, he will perform his Raging Demon super ‘Messatsu’ and you will need to execute your own Rage Art — R1 on PS4 / RB on Xbox One — to counter.

Unlockable 2nd Character Rage Art

How To Unlock The 2nd Rage Art for King: King is the only character who has two different Rage Arts finisher moves. King’s second Rage Art can only be done when you have the 3 pieces of the “King & Kazuchika Okada” clothing equipped.

A Rage Art can be performed when you get to low health, you can either do the combo which can be found in the moves list to perform it, or you can simply press R1 (on PS4) or RB (on Xbox One).

King Rage Arts Timeline:
• [5:27] King
• [5:43] King (Alternative)

Free Tekken 7 Dynamic Theme

How To Unlock The Tekken 7 Dynamic Theme: Register an account on the official Bandai Namco European website, and then get a free download for this fully dynamic PS4 theme featuring the legendary feud of the Mishima Clan but also displaying Akuma from Street Fighter! It’s different from & better than the pre-order bonus theme.

Note: While this download is restricted to Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the Middle East, you can make an extra account for the UK to download it to your PS4 harddrive, then switch back to your main PSN account, and this theme will be waiting for activation on your PS4’s harddrive.

Tekken 7 Tips and Tricks

Movements Video Guide:

Tekken 7 is an immersive 3D fighting game that tests a player’s reflex, skill and mental prowess within the environmental battlefield of game play. One of the most basic of all skills you’ll need to make use of in T7 is MOVEMENT.

Movement itself is the easiest concept to grasp within the game system, however it can also become the most critical in terms of execution, knowledge and application. The way you move in TEKKEN can create opportunities for you to demolish the opposition or it can limit the amount of risks when going into unknown territory. There are so many factors when it comes to the game play and movement, so let’s start with the basics.

TEKKEN 7 allows you to move around on the playing field seamlessly. Whether you’re sidestepping to evade, dashing forward to advance or holding back to defend, the controls in TEKKEN allow you to truly immerse yourself in the virtual space within the fight. The basic movement controls can be seen below.

In the Movement Guide video you can see different stances from characters like Hwoarang and Xiaoyu. These stances add unique movement and move list properties to the mix. As with the move list, it’s important to know the options you have from specific stances. Take note that certain stances will give you access to more moves but prevent you from using ones from your natural stance. Keep that in mind as you battle against the opposition.


u Up
d Down
f Forward
b Back
N Neutral
f,f Forward Dash
b,b Back Dash
SS Side Step
SSL Side Step Left
SSR Side Step Right
SW Side Walk
SWL Side Walk Left
SWR Side Walk Right

1 Left Punch
2 Right Punch
3 Left Kick
4 Right Kick
1+3 Left Punch + Left Kick
1+2 Left Punch + Right Punch
2+4 Right Punch + Right Kick
3+4 Left Kick + Right Kick
2+3 Right Punch + Left Kick
1+4 Left Punch + Right Kick

Many characters have special movement options such as a crouch dash, a sway back, or a special sidestep. These movement options often lead towards attacks and move options that you normally don’t have access to from the standing position. It is important to know your character movement and move list options and explore their use when picking your arsenal of moves to use when playing against opponents.

f,N,d,d/f Crouch Dash
b,b~SS or duck Back Dash Cancel
QCF Quarter Circle Forward
QCB Quarter Circle Back

Rage Art & Rage Drive Video Guide:

Rage system has been in TEKKEN for a few iterations now and is seeing it’s biggest change with TEKKEN 7. When in Rage, your character has a red aura engulf their bodies and the character life bar starts flashing red — this occurs when you have 20% of your life bar remaining in the round.

When in Rage your character will inflict more damage with each successful blow to your opponent. This is important to keep in mind as you mount your (hopeful) comeback. In TEKKEN 7 being in Rage will give you access to new options: Rage Art and Rage Drive.

At first glance the Rage Art looks much like a ‘super move’ in other fighting games — it’s flashy, super powerful & can power through attacks. The Rage Art system is refined and at the highest levels can instill an insane level of mind games between you and your opponent. It should be noted that most Rage Art attacks (depending on the character and properties) are not safe. Generally any Rage Art that hits mid will be punishable, unless it comes out of stance (Hwoarang for example; which takes longer to activate). The ones that cover a specific range, such as high (will not hit ducking characters) tend to be safer (Jin, Steve and Alisa for example). It’s important to know the range, use and properties of your Rage Art, in order to maximize it’s efficiency. Much like a power crush, you can absorb enemy attacks with a rage art, as long as you have the life left to do so. But with Rage activating at 20% or less of your life bar, there’s only a limited amount of hits you’d be able to take — so take precaution!
One of the most common uses or Rage Art is to do it after a combo or a screw (as in the video above), although take into consideration that the raw damage (if landed) is much more powerful than a scaled down combo (the more hits prior to landing the Rage Art, the less damage overall).

A bit more tactical in it’s use, the Rage Drive is an extra powerful attack that has a multitude of uses per character. For some characters it’s an ultra powerful launcher (when it hits) or a great starter for a mix up potential (when it is blocked). It’s important to experiment and find the strengths for each Rage Drive and the situations they can be used in. You can even use some Rage Drive attacks to steal a round if your opponent blocks it by the wall (see above video; Paul vs Feng Wei)!
Rage Drive moves do not have the armor properties of Rage Art or Power Crush moves, so please keep that in mind when using them.
One important thing to remember for both Rage Art and Rage Drive is that you have one chance to use them per round (and you can only pick one)! Once you’ve exhausted your option, you will lose Rage (and added damage bonus) and the ability to use the Rage Art/Drive options until the next round. Have fun experimenting!


Eliza b+3+4 None
Panda b+1+2 f,f+1+2
Lee/Violet d+1+2 d/f+3+4~f,N
Bob d/f+1+2 f,f,f+3+4 Hold
Nina d+1+2 f+2+3~F
Akuma 1,1,f+3,2 None
Kazumi d+1+2 f,f+1+2
Master Raven d/b+3+4 : f+3+4,2 Rage Drive 2: f+3+4,d+2
Miguel b+1+2 d/b+1+2
Kuma b+1+2 f,f+1+2
Eddy b+3+4 f,f+3+4
Yoshimitsu : b+1+2 u/b+1+4 Rage Drive: f,N,d,d/f+1+2
Dragunov d+1+2 f,f,f+1+2, d/b+1+2
Hwoarang During Flamingo d+3+4 : d+3+4,4 Rage Drive 2: u/f+3,4,3+4 or During Flamingo u/f+3,4,3+4
Law 1+2 d/b+4,3+4
Asuka d/f+1+2 f,f+1+2
Shaheen 1+2 d/b+2,4~d/f
Kazuya d/f+1+2 f,N,d,d/f+1+4 or f,N,d,d/f+1+4~U/F (on hit only) Devil Form: u/b+1+2
Heihachi d+1+2 b+2,1+2
Claudio d/f+1+2 b+4,2~f,f
Lucky Chloe 3+4 d/f+3+4 or FC d/f+3+4,1+2 Rage Art can do extra damage with specific timing.
Lili 3+4 d/f+3+4,3
Lars 1+2 During Silent Entry 1+2
King d/f+1+2 d/b+1+2
Jack-7 b+1+2 b,d/b,d,d/f+1,2
Bryan d/f+1+2 b+1+2
Steve 1+2 d/f+3+4,1+2
Paul 1+2 (can be cancelled after initial launch by holding B) d,d/f,f+1+2
Xiaoyu b+1+2 Back towards enemy d+3,3+4
Josie d/f+3+4 f,N,d,d/f+3+4
Jin b+1+2 f,N,d,d/f+1+2,3,1
Devil Jin b+1+2 f,N,d,d/f+4,3+4
Katarina 3+4 During Harrier 1+2
Gigas 1+2 f+3+4 Hold
Leo d/f+1+2 f,f+2 Hold
Alisa b+1+2 f+2+3,3+4 (or f+3+4)
Feng d+1+2 b+1+2 Hold

Video Guide:


The ‘Power Crush’ is a new system mechanic which was first introduced in the original arcade release of TEKKEN 7. As its’ name subtly states, the specific moves are designed to crush through attacks by powering through them. It is important to keep in mind that a ‘Power Crush’ will beat and armor through most mid and high ranged attacks, but will lose to low attacks and throws. Each character has a unique set of ‘Power Crush’ tools and attributes — It is important to know the range, speed & properties of your character’s specific power crush, to maximize it’s effectiveness.
Use the ‘Power Crush’ to turn the momentum in your favor. Be aware that not all ‘Power Crush’ moves are safe, in fact, some are very punishable. Keep that in mind as you use this new system tool in your journey to becoming a TEKKEN master!

Eliza f+1+2
Panda During Hunting: 3+4
Panda b+1
Lee/Violet During Hitman: 3
Lee/Violet b+3+4
Bob f+1+2
Nina f+1+2
Akuma 1+2 (can be cancelled with f,f or b,b)
Kazumi f+2
Kazumi f,f+2
Kazumi Time with enemy attack: b+1+2
Master Raven b+1+2
Miguel b+4
Miguel During Savage Stance: 1+2
Miguel During Savage Stance: b+3
Miguel During Savage Stance: b+3~F
Kuma During Hunting: 3+4
Kuma b+1
Eddy During Handstand: 1
Yoshimitsu f+3+4
Dragunov 1+2
Hwoarang During Right Stance: 3~4
Hwoarang During Left Flamingo: b+3
Hwoarang During Right Flamingo: b+4
Law During Dragon Charge: 1+2
Law During Dragon Charge: f+3
Law During Fake Step: 1+2
Law During Fake Step: f+3
Law f,f+3

[Work-In-Progress: It looks like the Deluxe Edition & Season Pass will unlock new game modes, stages, costumes & characters instead of using cheat codes to do this.]

There are no Tekken 7 cheats on Xbox One, PS4 & PC yet. So until they are discovered, we made the handy Tekken 7 guides listed above to help you with tips and tricks for the game!

Do you know of any Tekken 7 cheats or unlockables?
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