Guilty Gear Strive brings again Bridget for Season 2, passes 1 million items shipped

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Guilty Gear Strive is likely one of the finest anime-inspired video games on the market, with all types of whacky characters and assaults in its roster. One of these hasn’t been seen for a really, very very long time, however she’s again now.

Bridget first appeared in Guilty Gear XX again in 2002. As of the time of this writing, she’s playable in Guilty Gear Strive as the primary DLC character of Season 2. She nonetheless fights with a yo-yo and her teddy bear Roger, however her story is sort of totally different this time round. It entails transitioning into being a girl, with different characters supporting her alongside the way in which. Of course, as you possibly can see within the new playable character #1 trailer, the game’s high-octane, anime-style fights stay unchanged.

Bridget’s debut comes on the heels of another large Guilty Gear information. Strive has “surpassed one million units shipped worldwide,” a primary for the collection. Developer Arc System Works broke the information on Twitter, thanking followers and together with one other piece of Bridget artwork. Guilty Gear Strive acquired off to an awesome begin when it launched final yr, and it’s maintained that momentum ever since. The studio at the moment has no plans to carry the game to Xbox, however we may see these numbers go even increased if that modifications sooner or later.

Bridget is the primary of 4 Season 2 characters coming to Guilty Gear Strive. Another is due by the tip of the yr, and two extra will arrive in 2023. Next yr’s fighters can even carry new phases to the game. The game already noticed one season move to completion, bringing 5 extra fighters to the game. These included newcomer Goldlewis Dickinson and veteran Jack-O. Meanwhile, modders have added new characters of their very own to the game on PC. We’ve seen the likes of Dragon Ball Z’s Goku be a part of the modded roster, which is sort of becoming since Arc System Works additionally developed Dragon Ball FighterZ.