Tekken 7 welcomes a new fighter and it is none other than the Prime Minister of Poland. How will she make her fists speak?
The latest addition to Tekken 7’s roster might just be the strangest. But is it really that confusing? Indeed, Tekken has always a license which offered a whole selection of rather quirky personalities. There are killer CEOs, Lucha libre wrestlers and real demons. This time, it is the turn of Polish Prime Minister Lidia Sobieska to take the stage. She will indeed be added to the game as part of the Tekken 7 Season 4 Pass on March 23. But how does a prime minister fight? Karate of course. You can see her practicing kicking and punching in her first trailer below:
Season 4 of Tekken 7 also adds Kunimitsu as a DLC character for Tekken 7 and a new stadium called Vermilion Gates, which will arrive this fall. The new season will also feature new moves, an updated user interface, improved online play, a renewal of the rank system, and a new indicator of a player’s total strength and skill called Tekken Prowess.
All of this will cost $ 13.49, but if you’d rather buy an individual character instead, that option is available, with each additional brawler typically costing around $8.