Hey, I’m Zathong and i will update best Defending character in Tekken 7 are: Asuka, Marduk, Armor King, King, Jin.
Top 1: Asuka
Asuka excels when she maintains a safe distance from the opponent and makes use of her potent keep-out techniques and whiff penalties. Asuka possesses one of the finest reversals in the game should she get near, and she also has a number of evasive moves that can help her score a counterpunch and start destructive combinations.
Asuka may use the momentum she gains from a successful knockdown to propel herself into her potent okizeme and workable ki-charge setups.
Top 2: Marduk
Like Miguel, Marduk appears to not have a particular combat technique and is more accustomed to brawling. However, he may be seen using techniques like leg locks, throws, and takedowns, which are all drawn from wrestling. As the name implies, Marduk’s signature mount attack involves him tackling his opponent to the ground and using mixed martial arts-style methods to severely beat them into submission. Since it is not prohibited, as it is in most other fighting sports, the method he can tackle the opponent by the legs is also a frequently used maneuver in Vale Tudo.
Top 3: Armor King
Characters with a heavy emphasis on the fundamentals are Armor King. His toolbox and movement allow him to continuously probe away at opponents while keeping them at a comfortable range. He can’t quite create momentum on offense or simple mixups.
Armor King has access to challenging but effective strike/throw mixups once he can wavedash in on his adversary. Along with his more conventional advantages, he also has some sneaky tactics. Armor King may also perform a variety of setups after knocking down opponents or impeding their movement by pushing them up against a wall with Poison Mist and other unblockable strikes.
Overall, Armor King is straightforward at first glance, but it rewards more experienced players who are familiar with the principles of Tekken as well as character specialists who are willing to invest the time to study his more esoteric offensive choices.
Top 4: King
King is a character that is more defensive than outright offensive. Players must be cautious when using King due to his constrained range and high risk. His fighting method mainly emphasizes quickness, agility, fluid movement, and a keen sense of punishment.
King’s chain grabs can also be employed correctly and continuously to deal damage equal to half-life. Since opponents can break chains in a variety of methods, King still has some challenging chains to break. They are avoided by many elite players for fear of breaking. King will reward players that take their time in battle and employ effective punishments and a difficult grappling game to hold their opponent at bay.
Top 5: Jin
Kazuya and Jun Kazama combined their move sets to create Jin, who kept many of Jun’s moves and added better Kazuya moves.
Since none of his pokes are highly punishing on a block, his quickness and difficulty in reading them enable him to apply consistent pressure to his opponent.
Jin has a unique parry that he uses to “circumnavigate” some of the game’s restrictions. Although it has many advantages, it is challenging to put into practice. In order for Jin’s parry to be successful, his opponent must be physically moved away from the strike in order for Jin to counterattack them while they are still recuperating from the move, giving the impression that he wasn’t parrying at all.