How do You Get in The Guilty Gear Strive Early Access on PS5, PS4?

Arc System Works will be launching Guilty Gear Strive on June 11, however an early access will be launching starting June 8 – here’s how you can get in, and which version of the game you should pre order.

Guilty Gear Strive is the latest game in the series, coming to PS4, PS5, and PC via Steam worldwide on June 11, 2021. Strive is most notably the final chapter of Sol Badguy’s story, which is a good enough reason for me to get that game. Guilty Gear always had an incredible storyline, managing to stay interesting over the decades, no matter how convoluted it got.

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How do you Get in The Guilty Gear Strive Early Access?

Arc System Works is selling several limited editions for Guilty Gear Strive. Each containing a pass for the Early Access starting June 8. However, note that the Early Access is only for PS4 and PS5 versions. You’ll also need to have your PS4 or PS5 connected to the net.

There are three different Guilty Gear Strive versions you can pre-order to get the Early Access:

  • Physical Ultimate Edition
  • Digital Deluxe Edition
  • Digital Ultimate Edition

The early access will contain the full game, all the modes, and the 15 initial playable characters.

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How to watch the Guilty Gear Strive Early Access Showcase

Moreover, don’t forget Arc System Works is also holding the Guilty Gear Strive Early Access Showcase on June 6, at 10:15 AM ET, with new details focusing on the game’s story. Click here for a countdown:

Personally speaking, I’m definitely not a fan of this concept of Early Access every game release does nowadays. In any case, Guilty Gear Strive definitely has the potential to become the biggest game in the series. Both in terms of worldwide popularity and sales, and I’m definitely looking forward to how it’ll turn out. We also have a new Melty Blood this year to look forward to as well. You can always chat with me about more Japanese stuff over on Twitter at @A_iyane07.

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