Tekken 8 Players Who Exploit Large Costumes Will Be Banned
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Tekken 8 Players Who Exploit Large Costumes Will Be Banned

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

Are you a fan of Tekken 8? Well, be cautious if you're thinking of glitching the game to use massive costumes, as producer Katsuhiro Harada has made it clear that players caught doing so will face bans.

Reports have been surfacing online regarding players encountering opponents with ridiculously oversized clothing items that cover the majority of the screen. This issue seems to stem from PC players modifying the game's files to increase the size of certain items, leading to outfits like an enormous hat or a large metal block obstructing the view of the fighters underneath.

Although these oversized outfits don't provide any unfair advantages in terms of damage or hitboxes, they do put the glitching players at a significant disadvantage. With their opponent's moves obscured, it becomes nearly impossible to anticipate and counter incoming attacks.

Katsuhiro Harada emphasized the consequences for such cheating behavior, stating, "These are just cheats, and we will ban them." He further explained the ban process and encouraged players to report offenders using the hashtag #T8_report along with the player's name and region details for smoother enforcement.


It's important to play fair and adhere to the game's rules to ensure a balanced and enjoyable experience for all players involved. Remember, cheating not only ruins the integrity of the game but also jeopardizes the competitive spirit of Tekken 8.


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