Public beta testing Guilty equipment struggle It will now last until February 23, giving you more time to test the upcoming fighting game.
The online test of the latest ArcSystemWorks project was originally scheduled to go offline on February 21, but due to some server issues affecting the early stages of Beta, the developers decided to extend it for a few days.
When the first public beta was released late last week, some serious server errors made the game unplayable. Desire to let players experience the game as much as possible before testing offline, Developers have expanded Beta Until February 23, 6.59 PM Pacific Time / 9:59 PM Eastern Time / 3 AM Greenwich Mean Time.
The beta version of Guilty Gear is playable on PS4 and PS5, and allows players eager to fight to play 13 characters in the final game (although it should be noted that Angie Motors and the 15th character are not playable).
Available modes include Versus, Tutorial, Training and Network. You can also play single-player matches against the AI, or online matches against other people-so overall, this is a very powerful product.
“Guilty Gear Strive” is scheduled to be released on April 6, and the final version of the game will also be released on PC.
Initially, the game was originally scheduled to be released in late 2020, but due to development issues caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the title of the game was postponed to 2021.
However, from the Beta point of view, it is in good condition, and the extra development time does help ArcSystemWorks make the game more compact and balanced.