Hey, I’m Zathong and i will update best movement character in Tekken 7 are: Jack-7, Geese, Dragunov, Kazuya, Asuka.
Top 1: Jack-7
In a tournament setting I think Jack-7 benefits a lot from excellent spacing because of his df2.
Jacks have strong pokes and throws that do good damage, but what really sets them apart from their opponents is the absurd range that most of their attacks have. Most of their punishers come at them from a distance.
The robots’ tremendous array of assaults more than makes up for their lack of any discernible evasiveness in their move set and their use of a lot of awkward slow orders. With an arsenal of dependable, decent mids and a few lows ranging from bothersome to lethal, an accomplished Jack will employ good mobility and attack mix-ups to be a terror at medium distances. Its close-range game is slower and riskier, but it also contains the command grab threat, which will obliterate anyone unable to break throws in time.
Top 2: Geese
Geese also has incredible damage on ss as hits from the back are unblockable.
Geese is a rather simple character who seems at home in the Tekken system. Geese doesn’t rely on having meter as much as someone like Akuma does. Geese can effectively pressure opponents with a range of fantastic pokes while discouraging them from trying to disrupt with a number of potent counter-hit launchers. In the event that Geese misses his turn or is forced against the wall, he has a hazardous but potent parry that switches sides and enables Geese to launch his attack. When Geese has meter, a variety of EX moves open up new combo paths and deal incredibly high damage, giving him nearly unmatched comeback potential.
Top 3: Dragunov
The character Dragunov is very hostile. His techniques have good range, allowing him to safely poke opponents from a distance while whiff-punishing them.
But at close range, Dragunov really excels. In order to start persistently pressing his opponents with a variety of throws, pokes, and destructive counter hit attacks, Dragunov will typically try to move in on the opponent or approach with a plus on block running move. Dragunov rounds out his arsenal by doing significant damage in many of his combinations and having the ability to carry opponents all the way to the wall. If the adversary manages to survive that, Dragunov has a number of effective okizeme choices to eliminate them.
Top 4: Kazuya
He has a move set that emphasizes strong single attacks, yet even so, he can do a lot of raw damage with them. Kazuya mainly relies on punishing opponents with blocks rather than using surprises to get the most out of his attacks. The fact that Kazuya has one of, if not the strongest, punishers in every game in which he plays is actually his greatest strength. Overall, he works best as a defensive character, so if you want to play him for a while, you’ll need to get a handle on your timing.
Despite his need on precise timing and a strong defense, Kazuya is a formidable force of steady aggressiveness in the hands of an experienced player. A flawless cadence of blocks, sidesteps, and dodges makes Kazuya’s assault practically unstoppable. Stuns must be used cleverly in this situation, which is a risky tactic that demands a lot of audacity from the player.
Top 5: 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.