The crossplay is in the process of verification, says Arc System Works, but they are not yet able to specify details.
If you are one of those who have not let go of the command in the last month with Guilty Gear -STRIVE- and you lack rivals to match on your platform, fear not. Arc System Works works on implementing the crossover play between PC and consoles, the PS4 and PS5 versions, although they cannot yet offer more specific details on this. This is communicated by producer Takeshi Yamanaka and director Akira Katano In an interview for the Spanish portal Arc System Works Community.
Dadaist the importance of communities of players for the fighting titles and the need for a healthy online for their long-term success, CASW asked the study for the future inclusion of crossplay in Guilty Gear -STRIVE-, to which the study responded: “Of course, we have always strived to achieve this, and we are completing verification processes for it”.
“But there are still many issues in practicesuch as schedules and game server operating costs, “adds Arc System Works.” some more time before we can deliver a more concrete announcement. “While the date and details of the implementation of cross-play in the new Guilty Gear are unknown, the important thing is that Arc System Works is working on this highly demanded function by the players.
Guilty Gear -STRIVE- debuted in mid-June with a very solid premiere: 300,000 copies sold in its early days, and it took just 24 hours to surpass the all-time high of simultaneous players of titles like Tekken 7 and SFV on Steam. Additionally, the fighting game from the creators of Dragon Ball FighterZ will receive its first DLC fighter this month. If you want to know more information about the latest installment of this saga, here is the analysis of Guilty Gear -STRIVE-.
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