Apparently, it will no longer be possible to continue the combo after using Paul's Rage
Last Thursday (08), Bandai Namco took the stage of The Game Awards 2022 to release a Tekken 8 trailer filled with good shit.

During the Tekken 7 North America Regional Finals this past weekend, franchise director Katsuhiro Harada and producer Michael Murray revealed several Tekken 8 news.

Among the highlights, the devs confirmed significant changes in the fighter Paul Phoenix's special — one of the saga's veterans.

Since the first titles, the Paul's Rage special is a problem if it hits the opponent, as it is a charged blow that causes absurd damage.

For the sequel, the character is not only visually different (without his characteristic forelock), but his “card-card move” now has an animation that prevents the continuation of the combo — much to the opponents' delight. But that doesn't mean he's any less dangerous, so stay tuned when you play against him in Tekken 8.

Tekken 8 is currently in development for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, although a release date has yet to be officially confirmed. Bandai Namco has already said that it intends to release the sequel in fiscal year 2023 – which starts in April next year.


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