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Guilty Gear Strive trailer welcomes back Millia Rage and Zato-1

Are you prepared for Eddie?

Arc System Works has dropped a model new trailer for nice trying combating sequel Guilty Gear Strive. Alongside the hard-rockin’ motion we have come to anticipate from these previews, the video additionally reveal the return of two GG veterans: Millia Rage and Zato-1.

Although we get to see little or no of the 2 new reveals in motion, we are able to see that Millia’s physics-defying hair assaults are all current and proper. As for Zato-1, his shadowy demon pal Eddie, has by no means appeared higher – fantastically animated and nonetheless overwhelmingly creepy.

ArcSys just lately opened up the register for an incoming GG Strive closed beta. So if you wish to throw your identify within the hat for a catch to take a look at the sport forward of its launch, you should definitely drop your particulars over at the official site earlier than April 6. The beta will characteristic delay-based netcode, however it’s confirmed the complete launch is will utilise rollback.

Guilty Gear Strive launches on PS4 later in 2020.

Guilty Gear Strive trailer welcomes back Millia Rage and Zato-1

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