Tekken 8 Closed Network Testing Kicks Off From July 21

Tekken 8 Closed Network Testing Begins on July 21 for PS5, and from July 28 till July 31 For Other Platforms

Abdullah Waseem
Abdullah Waseem
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Tekken 8
  • Tekken 8 closed network testing announced
  • Registrations are now open
  • Will begin from July 21

Bandai Namco is yet to announce a release date for Tekken 8. Amidst the speculations about when exactly the title will come out, closed network testing for Tekken 8 has been announced. The closed testing will let you experience the title pre-hand and evaluate the network’s quality.

Tekken 8 Closed Network Testing Detailed

The registrations for the testing are now live and will continue till June 28th. The closed testing begins on July 21 at 10 AM and will continue for 4 days till July 24 at 09:00 AM CEST for the PlayStation 5. And for other platforms including PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, it will be from July 28 to July 31.

Registration links differ according to the region you are in. You can register according to your region from the links here. You can watch the trailer for the announcement of the closed testing below:

According to the official site:

The aim of this network test is to evaluate the network’s quality as well as offering a high end game experience with our new battle system and tactics; aerial combos; new gen graphics; and destructive and interactive stages to players.

After the test, players will receive a feedback form via mail to ensure the best results at launch. The closed network testing will comprise the following:

  • 16 Characters
  • 5 Stages
  • Full-on power and destruction

Seeing that the testing is starting next month, we might be getting the release date soon too. The closed testing will be a great way to experience the title before it releases if you register for it.

Are you guys going to register for Tekken 8 closed network testing? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Abdullah is an avid gamer who primarily plays single-player titles. If you can't find him anywhere, he'll probably be at his desk playing The Witcher 3 for the millionth time. When he isn't playing games, he's either reading or writing about them.
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