The anime fighter is breaking new ground as it will now be available to Xbox users
Xbox fans and owners now have something to be really excited about as it has been announced that Guilty Gear -STRIVE- will be coming to Xbox early next year. Guilty Gear -STRIVE-, the anime fighter from Arc System Works has been doing some pretty amazing things and recently crossed the one million sales threshold and looks to become one of the most popular anime fighters of all time.
Upon release, it seemed like Xbox would be left out as GGST was released on PS4, 5, and PC. But, at the ongoing Tokyo Game Show, it has been revealed that Xbox Game Pass will also feature the game next year.
GGST won't be the Arc System Works game that will release on Xbox's Game Pass, as it was also announced that BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle will also be available. This means that these games will be playable on Xbox Series X and S and Xbox One.
This will surely add to the game's already massive player pool, and with the addition of crossplay which was discussed at the recently released Developer's Backyard, this will mean that PC and console players will be able to face each other without hassle.
The titles will be available in the spring of 2023.