Kadokawa Will Hold Guilty Gear Bridget Birthday Kuji

guilty gear bridget birthday kuji

Kadokawa’s online kuji will run a lottery specifically focused on Bridget from Guilty Gear in commemoration of her birthday. In total, there will be 33 items available to get. She will look like her Strive incarnation in some items, while others will show how she looked in previous games. The lottery will open on Kujibikidou from December 13, 2022. It will then run until January 10, 2023. [Thanks, Inside Games!]

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It will cost 770 JPY (around $5.65) per try. The items will ship out between late February to March 2023 for Japan. While there are 33 items in total, there are only six tiers. This is because there are multiple items to get for all of the tiers except for S. The items you can get, as well as the number of variations, are:

  • S Prize: Bedsheet
  • A Prize: Voiced rubber keychain (3 variations)
  • B Prize: T-shirt (5 variations to choose from)
  • C Prize: Acrylic puzzle piece keychain (12 variations)
  • D Prize: Square can badge (12 variations)
  • Omake Campaign: Film reel
  • Omake Campaign 2: Command cards

You can see close-ups of all the prizes from the online kuji page.

The T-shirts will come in M, L, and XL. As for the two Omake Campaigns, the first one will be available the entire lottery. If you buy a 10-pull, you will be able to receive a random one. As for Omake Campaign 2, the command cards will only be available on December 26, 2022. The cards have the input list for her specials, so you can practice being a Bridget main without even turning on your game.

Guilty Gear Strive is readily available on the PS4, PS5, and Windows PC. The Xbox One and Xbox Series X versions are in development. The Guilty Gear Bridget birthday kuji will start on December 13, 2022 and end on January 10, 2023.

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