Ahead of its release next month, take a dive into the universe of Guilty Gear -Strive- with the latest story trailer released for the game.
The trailer, which can be seen below, features highlights like the battle between Giovanna and Nagoriyuki, Sol working with Jack-O’, and a number of revelations revolving around “That Man,” Asuka R. Kreutz.
Voice actors David Forseth (Sol Badguy), Matthew Mercer (Zato=1), Ed Bosco (Chipp Zanuff), Evan Michael Lee (Nagoriyuki), and Kae Min (Anji Mito) have all lent their talents to the game as part of the English voice cast.
Note that those new to the series can pull up a detailed glossary of events and terms through a quick trip to the pause menu.
Guilty Gear -Strive- Story Trailer
The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via Steam on June 11, 2022. Season Pass 1 for the game will include five additional playable characters, two additional Battle Stages, five additional character colors for each character, and Another Story.
Source: Press Release
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