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Guilty Gear Strive won't finally come out in 2020




The list of releases affected by the pandemic that ravages everyone just came up Guilty Gear Strive, the expected next work of Arc System Works (Dragon Ball FighterZ) about his most iconic and cane fighting saga.

And it is no longer going to come out at the end of 2020 on PS4, but it goes until the beginning of 2021, as the Japanese team has explained through a brief statement:

Thanks for your interest in Guilty Gear Strive. I'm Takeshi Yamanaka, producer of the game. Previously, we announced the launch of Guilty Gear Strive for the end of 2020. However, we have decided to change its date for the beginning of 2021.

While the entire company team and our business partners are putting a lot of effort into dealing with the changes due to the expansion of COVID-19, all aspects of the development program have been delayed. In addition, we have decided to readjust the schedule to improve the quality of the game in response to the help and feedback from people in the wake of the recently closed beta.

Our sincere apologies to everyone who was so enthusiastically anticipating its launch. For our part, we are committed to offering you a new Guilty Gear that will satisfy all of our fans. Rest assured that we will take advantage of this extra time to achieve it. Thanks for your understanding.

So nothing, the "Let's rock!" will have to wait a little bit more. Patience!


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