Content-wise, everything that was available in the first open beta will make a return once again, including local and online matches. Anji and I-No are also playable, having missed out on previous beta tests.
Unsurprisingly, online lobbies have seen a few adjustments, putting them more in line with Guilty Gear Xrd and other modern Arc System Works titles. Duel stations are now used to queue up for battles, with rematches being possible without having to return to the lobby.
Gameplay balance and certain mechanics have also seen some tweaks, including improved anti-airs for all characters.
Guilty Gear Strive launches June 11, 2021 for PS4, PS5, and PC, having been delayed multiple times since its initial 2020 release window.
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