On Sunday, Evo 2019 announced a new game in the Guilty Gear series. A few minutes after the Tekken 7 Championship and shortly before the Super Smash Bros Ultimate super final, the trailer debuted. The fresh match, now called Guilty Gear 2020, is the first fresh match in almost five years.
Guilty Gear is a collection for those uninitiated of Japanese arcade and home consoles, which Arc System Works has created since 1998. The matches will happen after a military of man-made magic animals, Gears, which has lasted for 100 years.
Guilty Gear’s tale covers five primary matches, six spin-offs, and updated titles. The matches are flashy with anime beauty, with titles like Sol Badguy and Millia Rage and almost continuous situations from earth end.
Furthermore, the show was never tailored to a real anime and there remains just one manga as a bridge between the matches. The whole Guilty Gear series is mostly only included in the matches.
Guilty Gear matches are usually considered to be extremely technical plays, exciting graphic styles, and outstanding songs. Speaking last year with IGN, designer Daisuke Ishiwatari acknowledged that the Guilty Gear designs have become extremely difficult over the years, which is an issue associated with the dislocation of fresh competitors.
The headline, Guilty Gear (2020), seems to be a new beginning and something that will help new teams to join the game. Ishiwatari, as is Monster Hunter World, seems willing to refine its schemes and create a fresh entrance point for elderly and fresh supporters in the franchise.
Without a doubt Evo was the best place to print the new title, to receive an enormous round of applause and to ensure that fans of the combat game will enter the series, whatever direction Ishiwatari will take.
Guilty Gear Xrd Rev is one of eight matches chosen for the 2018 EVO line-up, along with the other matches by Arc System Works, Dragon Ball FighterZ and the BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle. EVO 2018 is to be held in Las Vegas from 3 to 5 August at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.