Arc System Works developer Guilty Gear Strive has announced plans to delay the release of the next game in the series until June 11, 2021, shortly after the playable beta on the PlayStation console has been completed. Which allows players to face each other in multiplayer mode. Match up with the chosen number of playable fighters.
This is the second time that Guilty Gear Strive has been delayed from its original planned release in late 2020.The developers have postponed the game to April 9, 2021 due to the added challenges of the game’s development at the time. Covid-19 spread in a developer statement, making it clear that more work is needed to get the game where it is needed for a full release.
“As we received valuable feedback after our recent Open Beta testing, we want to make the most of this opportunity to deliver the best game possible,” the statement said. “We need more time to polish some aspects of the game, such as the online lobby and server stability.
In general, the response to the open beta was positive. However, a common topic of criticism is the online lobby approach, which makes matchmaking difficult for players. According to the working statement of Arc System, this suggestion will be accepted to present further works.
Arc System Works recently revealed the final character for Guilty Gear Strive’s 15-man band of fighters, the return of the time-traveling witch I-No.For more information on the Guilty Gear Strive, be sure to check back. With GameSpot to get more updates on game state.
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