Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R GGPO update fully released on PC

After a few months of beta testing, the GGPO netcode update for Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R on PC is now available to all.

The beta already brought massive improvements to online matches, showing that properly implemented rollback netcode is always the way to go for fighting games. With coronavirus still being a problem in many parts of the world, working online play is more important than ever.

Guilty Gear Strive, which is now releasing April 2021, is also going to be implementing rollback, though previous beta tests have only used delay-based netcode.

You can check out the full Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R PC patch notes below, or through Steam. The developers mention that testing is still ongoing for more features that will be added in the future, though you’ll have to stay on the beta version to try those out.

Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus GGPO Update patch notes:

Added GGPO:

* Network mode now uses GGPO for online play!
* GGPO input delay can be set between 0 and 4 frames before battle by pressing left/right in a player room. A recommended delay depending on ping is displayed to the user
(0-100ms: 0f, 101-180ms: 1f, >180ms: 2f). This setting is saved.
* During a network game, ping and jitter information are displayed in the upper-right corner.

Added player rooms:

* Network mode now supports player rooms of up to six players!
* Anyone not playing will spectate the current match.

Added replay support:

* A replay gallery is now accessible from the main menu! Single and team, offline and online games replays are automatically recorded after each match.
* Replays are saved in %USERPROFILE%DocumentsARC SYSTEM WORKSGGXXACReplays, and can be shared with other users.

New Training Mode features:* [LEFT or RIGHT]+RESET: Reset to left/right corner.
* DOWN+RESET: Reset with player sides switched; can be combined with left or right.

Many more minor bug fixes, Quality of Life improvements and tweaks.

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