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Guilty Gear: Strive Announces Official Release Date
« on: October 13, 2020, 03:34:16 PM »

Fighting slotxo games are one of the oldest games. Of video games that have it all But as you can see that at present, there are not many fighting style games coming out very often, probably due to the fact that the game is quite niche. Therefore, in order to develop a Fighting game like this, developers do not pay much attention So you can see that the famous game The battle lines in the market today are now few games.

But there is one company that has been quite focused on developing this genre of games is Arc System Works, a company that has focused on developing fighting games over the years they have released games. There are a lot of popular games, and some of them don't. But it is their experience. Recently, the upcoming release of the upcoming Arc System Works game is Guilty Gear: Strive.

Arc System Works recently announced that Guilty Gear: Strive will be officially released on April 9, 2021 next year, indicating the exact date. T But if based on previous games Quite confident about the date and time For the highlight of this camp fighting game is that it offers images in 2.5D format combined with a 3D hybrid that is very unconventional. It is a distinctive feature of the development of games from this camp as well. Previous works are for example Dragon Ball Fighter Z or Granblue Fantasy: Versus, etc. If anyone is a fan of these games already will see the features of Different and unique pictures

For the game, Guilty Gear: Strive is a fighting game that has evolved from the famous IP game that put on a glove fight in a fighting game with the development team Arc System Works, the specialty of this game is To use Rollback Netcode in online playback, this system is a technique that simulates fast frame input without in-putting from traditional signals. This reduces signal transmission times to give players a smoother experience in online play better than traditional delay-based netcode because fighting games are measured frame by frame.

As for the platforms Guilty Gear: Strive will release, there will be a Playstation 5 and Playstation 4 only at first, but if you look at other games, I would have to say.