Guilty Gear 2020: Trailer, New Changes, Characters, and Release Date Details
A new Guilty Gear game has been announced, and fans of the series are extremely excited to see what the developers have in store. According to the latest updates, the upcoming game will introduce an array of changes and will implement various improvements that are expected to change the way how fans played the original series.
Ever since the official announcement was made, a lot of information has been revealed, and fans are looking out for each update. We have gathered all the recent updates and information regarding the game to save you the trouble, so here is everything you need to know about the upcoming untitled Guilty Gear game.
Guilty Gear is a series of fighting games developed by the Arc System Works, and the series has been pretty popular ever since it made its debut back in 1998. The game has been adapted into a manga series, a drama CD, and the upcoming untitled game is the newest work from the same studio, so the hype is pretty high.
Previously, back in 2016, the series updated with the latest entry Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator, and with the upcoming entry, changes regarding the over gameplay, and new fighting mechanics are expected.
Guilty Gear 2020 New Changes
Some teasers were revealed earlier which gave fans a glimpse of the characters available in the game such as Ky Kiske and Sol Badguy, and a new feature, stage transitions. According to the early reviews, the core concept of the original game has been kept intact, however, changes have been introduced to the mechanics and smaller systems, and the game is more cinematic than the previous ones.
Guilty Gear 2020 Characters
So far, all the characters revealed include Sol Badguy, Ky Kiske, Axl Low, May while unconfirmed characters include Dr. Baldhead, Kliff Undersn, Millia Rage, Potemkin, Justice, Zato-1, Testament and a few others.
Guilty Gear 2020 Release Date
A closed beta is scheduled for the Spring of 2020, and the game is expected to release near the fall of 2020, or early 2021.