Arc System Works will be launching a second beta for “Guilty gear Strive” on the PS4/PS5. This beta brings a lot of content, including the return of I-NO as well as the introduction of Anji. You don’t need to redownload beta versions of the game in order to play the second opening.
It would take only five days for the open beta to be available to the public. After that, it would be back as a version which cannot be downloaded from the PlayStation Stores. Although the game is not yet fully released and Arc System Works has not provided any updates, “Guilty gear Strive” has been welcomed by the community.
The “Guilty gear” franchise’s iconic gameplay is its use of a graphic design that resembles a Japanese anime and combines it with arcade-style fighting with the likes CAPCOM’s “ Street Fighter“. These games have been on the market for a while, but it is still up there with SNK’s The King of Fighters and Bandai Namco’s “Tekken” franchises.
Second Open Beta of ‘Guilty gear Strive’
Arc System Works’ client download for Guilty gear Strive has started last Friday, May 7th, and has been open ever since in anticipation of the second beta. More players are invited to play the next open beta for the game on the PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5 platforms.
The Second Open Beta schedule is for “Guilty Gear Strive”.
- Client Download: Friday May 7
- 10:00 PM EST
- 9:59 AM EST
The developers allowed “Guilty gear Strive” to perform cross-platform availability between PS4 and PS5 consoles. This was done among its open beta players.
Arc System Works returns with I-NO, Makes Anji
It will be available on both Sony consoles by Friday June 11th. The preorder price is $59.99 via the PlayStation Store. The game’s second beta will also see the return of INO, a beloved character that has been long anticipated and preordered via the PlayStation Store.
A new player will be joining “Guilty gear Strive”‘s second beta. It is Anji, who Arc System Works had been trying to introduce to the game. “Guilty Gear Strive,” which will be released on April 15, will include an online PVP matchup, focusing mainly on arcade fighting to bring together gamers in an online arena.