Guilty Gear -STRIVE- Delayed Due to COVID-19 Related Issues
Looks like the effects of COVID-19 AKA Coronavirus have struck again. ArcSystemWorks has just announced that their upcoming fighting game, Guilty Gear -STRIVE-, is being delayed to 2021. Feel free to read the message from the game’s producer, Takeshi Yamanaka, below.
The game just recently had a closed beta, which fans have been very open about their feedback. With the current situation of the pandemic, it seems the developers wish to utilize the extra time to improve the game and address the concerns. The game was originally targeting a late 2020 release, but it looks like fans will have to wait just a bit longer.
Guilty Gear -STRIVE- is currently confirmed for the PlayStation 4, though other platforms may be announced in the future. What do you think? Are you glad ArcSystemWorks is taking the extra time? Upset about the delay? Let us know in the comments below!
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