Guilty Gear Strive Season 2 Roadmap Outlines Crossplay Beta and PS5 Fixes
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Guilty Gear Strive Season 2 Roadmap Outlines Crossplay Beta and PS5 Fixes

Guilty Gear Strive Season 2 Roadmap Outlines Crossplay Beta and PS5 Fixes

Arc System Works will be hitting up EVO 2022 this weekend with its headline fighters and some announcements for Guilty Gear Streak Season 2. The Las Vegas show’s first day saw Guilty gear developers take to the stage to discuss Strive’s PlayStation 5 enhancements, upcoming character releases and crossplay functionality.

Arc System Work’s announcement that they were improving current Guilty GearStrive performance was what received the most enthusiastic applause from the panel. Competitive players prefer the PS4 Pro Strive version to avoid the horrible input lag experienced by players on the PS5. This update will be available in the summer. It will also include improvements to the Steam version, which should reduce loading times for matches by between 30-40%.

While S drive Crossplay was promised by the developer a while ago, it saw limited use at EVO. Arc System Works will launch its crossplay beta testing for PS4, PS5, Steam, and Steam this fall. We don’t yet have any details about signing up for the community testing. Arc System Works stated they would implement crossplay functionality as soon as possible after testing it in September. If all goes well, crossplay functionality might be implemented in Strive by fall 2022. The Guilty gear roadmap lists four new fighters. Two will be dropped this year, one in summer and another in fall. We may finally see the new addition as September is fast approaching. Let’s hope Robo-Ky, my f; myrite Robo-Ky joins the recent additions like nonbinary hottie Testament.

Guilty Gear Strive Season 2 will see a significant battle balance patch before 2022 is over for winter and beyond. After Strive’s sixth- and seventh-new fighters are released, the updated seats will be ready. Although it’s impossible to predict what we’ll see from the patch, Arcsys will make some adjustments this winter. You’ll see two more stages and the next two fighters joining Strive in 2023.

Additional update goodies such as additional character colours were split between the releases of 2023 and early this year. We didn’t get into all the details but Strive provided some rough windows. These things are only estimates, and the team made that clear several times during their presentation. As the weekend continues, we may see some more surprises from Strive at EVO. The full panel can be found on Twitch. EVO ends this Sunday, August 7. I am terrible at fighting games, but EVO weekend makes me want to improve.

Guilty Gear Strive Season 2 Roadmap Outlines Crossplay Beta and PS5 Fixes
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