Bandai Namco to publish Guilty Gear Strive in parts of the world

Apr 09 2020 1 min read
Arc System Works

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Arc System Works is popularly known around the globe for their fighting games and has often partnered with Bandai Namco on titles like Dragon Ball FighterZ. That’s why their new collaboration to publish upcoming fighter, Guilty Gear Strive in various parts of the world, comes as no surprise.

Bandai Namco revealed the news earlier today in a press release, including where the company will focus its publishing duties. Bandai Namco will bring Guilty Gear Strive to Africa, the Middle East, Europe and all of Asia apart from Japan and South Korea. 

No mention was made of Arc System Work’s publishing plans in North and South America, which indicates that they’ll either publish it themselves or find another partner to do so. Thankfully, the news means fans across the world should receive the game relatively around the same time.

Guilty Gear Strive is the latest installment of Arc System Works’ anime fighter. Registration for the game’s upcoming closed beta just ended, with the test scheduled to take place from April 16-19. Those selected should start receiving invites by April 12.


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