World Tekken Federation tracks stats, arranges teams, competitions online at game's launch on September 11.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2's community stat-tracker World Tekken Federation will be open to all players when the game launches on September 11. Namco Bandai announced today that the service for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 fighter, which has similar features to Halo's Bungie.net or Call of Duty's Elite, will be available free of charge.
The platform can be used to manage teams, arrange competitions, track statistics, and communicate with other members of the game's player base. "Bringing together Tekken fans from around the globe in such a robust online community is a first for the fighting game genre and will give veterans and beginners a chance to develop their fighting skills in an exciting new way,” said Carlson Choi, Namco Bandai America's vice president of marketing.
For more on Tekken Tag Tournament 2, check out GameSpot's interview with Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada below.
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