Guilty Gear Strive Ships 300k Units Over Its First Weekend

ArcSystemWorks has confirmed that the latest installment of the Guilty Gear franchise has sold over 300,000 units over the first weekend since the release of the game.

Guilty Gear Strive was finally released on Friday the 11th of June after receiving a delay from its original release date of April 9th.

ArcSystemWorks stated on Twitter today that the game has officially sold 300,000 units worldwide, less than a week after the launch of the game.

This latest addition to the Guilty Gear franchise has everything fans of the series have loved about the previous game and much more.

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The game's "high octane soundtrack, groundbreaking hybrid 2D/3D cell-shaded graphics and intense, rewarding gameplay" is just the start of why this game is bringing more success to the Guilty Gear world.

Guilty Gear Strive Ships 300k Units Over Its First Weekend

Guilty Gear Strive also offers a story mode that allows players to experience the story of the game completely hands-free.

New players to the franchise can also pause the game at any time and read more information in a glossary about the characters.

After criticism during the first beta test, it is good to see the development team take the extra time to make the game the success it has been.

Guilty Gear Strive is now available on PS4, PS5, and PC.

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