Arc System Works Announces Guilty Gear Strive Anime Adaptation

    It's finally happening!

    For the first time, the Guilty Gear fighting game franchise is getting an anime adaptation. Arc System Works America revealed this news on their official X/Twitter account. Moreover, a website provides details on the upcoming adaptation. The name of the anime is called Guilty Gear Strive: Dual Rulers.

    Guilty Gear Anime Adaptation Coming Soon!

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    Arc System Works will reveal more details about the anime at Anime Expo 2024 from July 4 to 7. In the meantime, the Guilty Gear Strive: Dual Rulers website showcases some of the staff members behind the adaptation. Daisuke Ishiwatari, the creator of the Guilty Gear franchise, is doing the character designs. Here are the rest of the staff members involved:

    • Director – Shigeru Morikawa
    • Series Composition – Norimitsu Kaiho
    • Associate Producer – Seiji Mizushima
    • Animation Production – SANZIGEN Inc.

    SANZIGEN Inc. is known for their work on anime such as Arslan Senki, Black Rock Shooter, and Terra Formars. Additionally, the studio created the anime music video for Guilty Gear Strive‘s 1st anniversary. Check it out below:

    Guilty Gear Strive is one of the many modern fighting games developed by Arc System Works. Released as part of the long-running Guilty Gear series, the game features a roster of unique characters with distinct fighting styles and abilities, vibrant animation, and complex mechanics. Guilty Gear Strive introduces several new gameplay elements, including a revamped combat system emphasizing wall-breaking mechanics. The game also utilizes rollback netcode for a smoother online experience. Overall, it’s designed to be accessible to newcomers while retaining the depth that veteran players appreciate. For those looking forward to season 4 of GGST, you can expect the upcoming 3v3 mode to be added along with more new characters.

    Lastly, Guilty Gear Strive is available now for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam and Windows.

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