The PlayStation Store is offering its latest game, Guilty Gear Strive, for free during its Open beta. If you want to play it, there are three different beta times available to you. On February 17 at 7 p.m. PT, you can download it from the PlayStation Store, while February 18 is for those who want to play online only. Beta times end on February 21, at 6:59 a.m. PT.
If you are interested in playing the latest title in the Guilty Gear series, you may be interested in the open beta times for Guilty Gear Strive. While this game’s first open beta test was an extremely popular event, this one has a shorter duration and will be available to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 owners alike. Players who are interested in participating should check out the official website to find out when the beta test starts and ends.
The first Guilty Gear Strive beta times have passed, and the second one will begin on May 13 at 11pm EST and run until 8am EST on May 16. The game will only be playable on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, and the open beta will run for three days. You can preload the beta client from the Playstation Store to start playing on the day of its release. Once you’ve registered, you can view the characters and learn more about them online.
Arc System Works has announced new dates for the next open beta test for Guilty Gear Strive. As previously announced, this test will feature new characters, gameplay features, and adjustments. The game is scheduled to go live on May 13, 2021 at 3am GMT. To participate in the beta, you must have PlayStation Plus. To do this, simply follow these instructions. Once you’ve completed the testing, you’ll be granted access to the game’s online play.
The beta time of Guilty Gear Strive includes traditional versus mode, tutorial and training modes, and online matches. There is a new mode called Duel Station, which allows players to fight each other online in multiplayer matches. The beta time also features changes to the battle balancing of the game, along with various other tweaks. Duel Station is now online, making it more accessible for people who aren’t necessarily comfortable playing in a team.
Guilty Gear Strive’s Tutorial mode was pretty horrible. It boiled down to a basic button layout, tied to the game’s story, and didn’t really explain much. I’d like to see more in a full tutorial, but this open beta version just isn’t cutting it. Let’s take a look at some of the things you need to know before jumping in.
Among the many features that are new in Guilty Gear Strive, the most significant is the Training Mode. In Training Mode, gamers can practice Combos, routes, Roman Cancels, and attack chains. It’s also possible to save these combos to use them later. The Training Mode is designed to make the game more accessible, and the Combo Maker mode aims to address some of the difficulties that have plagued the beta version.