Guilty Gear Strive Story Trailer

Guilty Gear Strive Story Trailer Teases an End to Sol Badguy’s Storyline

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The official Arc System Works YouTube account has shared a new Guilty Gear Strive trailer. This trailer provides insight to how the narrative will unfold. Several key characters are shown during the trailer, including Ky Kiske and Leo Whitefang. Additionally, the new Guilty Gear Strive story teaser trailer alludes to a conclusion to the storyline concerning series mainstay Sol Badguy.

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The story also hints at how I-No will be involved in the narrative. However, the trailer itself is full of potential story spoilers. Viewers may want to keep this in mind before watching. You can watch the Guilty Gear Strive story trailer below. A Japanese version of the trailer is also available to watch through the Arc System Works YouTube channel.

Ahead of release, Arc System Works has been releasing character demonstration videos. These videos provide some insight as to how each character will play and function in the upcoming fighter. Most recently, Arc System Works has released two character demonstration videos, one for Anji and one for I-No. Videos for new characters like Giovanna and Nagoriyuki revealed interesting mechanics that will accompany both characters.

Guilty Gear Strive will release for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC on June 11, 2021. Those who purchase the Ultimate or Deluxe editions will be able to get Early Access on June 8, 2021.

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