Guilty Gear Strive update 1.24 brings cross-play between PlayStation and PC versions on December 15th

it is time. Guilty Gear Strive players will finally be able to play together no matter what platform they’re playing the game on. The final update for the game will be available to everyone on December 15th. This new update that brings cross-play out of beta also brings several balance changes along with some long-awaited bug fixes.

Players can now access the cross-platform features of Guilty Gear Strive, allowing them to play games online against two players between PlayStation and Steam consoles. Once the update is deployed, you will be able to turn cross-platform play on or off in Settings under System Settings. Cross-platform features will be enabled by default, so be sure to keep that in mind.

The game will accommodate this new feature with things like a cross-platform search/display filter, replay, combo maker, and digital format. You will be able to choose between players on the same platform as you or players on other platforms. You’ll also see a platform icon next to the players’ names, telling you which platform they’re playing on.

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Guilty Gear Strive 1.24 will also see the functionality to report that other players have been added to the game. Reported players will be evaluated and, if they are determined to be malicious, measures will be taken against them. The game will also introduce a mute function that hides the player’s name and any text that player has sent from your screen. Keep in mind that players who have been muted will be automatically unmuted once the game is closed.

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Let’s talk briefly about the changes in the mechanics of Guilty Gear Strive. You may notice that a lot of the general changes in the general mechanics will revolve around RISC for example the tension gauge will now increase depending on the character’s RISC level. This increases the reward for getting out of a dangerous situation.

In addition, RISC will reset when using Psych Burst, allowing you to escape from a dangerous situation. However, if you attempt to use it while your RISC level is high, you will still find yourself at a disadvantage, and be liable to a large amount of penalty damage if you fail. Finally, RISC depletion will occur at an increasing rate now.

Other general changes you can expect from Guilty Gear Strive once the latest update goes live are changes to the proximity requirements for attacks to connect; A basic damage measure that will affect all characters in different attacks except for some moves like Close Standing S.

We recommend reading the game’s full patch notes if you’d like to see more specifics on things like individual character changes. Guilty Gear Strive is currently available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC. An Xbox Series and Xbox One version will be available in 2023.

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