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If you’re worried that you missed out on your chance to try out Guilty Gear Strive‘s open beta before its full release this April, fret not as Arc System Works has extended the deadline until February 23. The upcoming fighting game’s limited-time preview was meant to end on February 21, but due to a few server issues impacting the open beta, the developer extended it instead.
You’ll have until February 23 at 7 PM PT / 10 PM ET to try out the game. So far the beta has proven to be a hefty experience, with 13 of the Guilty Gear Strive’s 15 characters available to play with in Versus, Tutorial, Training, and Network modes. You can even experience some of the single-player content of Guilty Gear Strive, where you face off against AI-controlled opponents.
Guilty Gear Strive was originally due for release in late 2020 on PC, PS4, and PS5, but like many other games being developed during the COVID-19 pandemic, its release date was pushed to April 6.