Guilty Gear Strive is the latest item in ArcSystemWorks’ long-term fighting franchise. There have been many graphic and mechanical revisions to the title, as well as the planned conclusion of the epic story. Fans also have plenty of modes to look forward to, from single player to multiplayer to bonus content. Here is a breakdown of all game modes in Guilty Gear Strive.
Single player modes
A novice player mode that includes a variety of training scenarios that may occur during a match.
This is where players come to train with a specific character. Either for beginners who need to better understand the basics, or for veterans who are learning more complex combos and mechanics. You can view the list of movements of the selected character here and players can choose from various settings to customize their opponent’s AI answers.
Play the story of the game and fight against AI opponents addicted to the conspiracy. Sometimes the Allies will join you to fight during the match as well.
Fight AI opponents, some with unique abilities, in challenging marathon matches. The results can be uploaded to the online rankings.
Complete missions with different conditions to practice game mechanics.
Play matches against AI or local opponents in real life.
Create your own player avatars, find players from around the world waiting in the online lobby, and then challenge them to matches. There is a tower rating system that adjusts your level. which also adjusts the level of the players you are against.
You can quickly find online players to compete with without having to go through the online lobby. The training mode offers a similar option during exercise.
Match of players
Create a lobby where you can host private matches with up to nine friends. There are also lots of customizable settings.
Record matches and then upload them online for other players to view and save. You can search for matches and save them as well.
Watch all the movie scenes of the story without playing matches.
The world of GG
Contains a chronology of the game’s story, a glossary of terms in the game, and a map of the correlation of relationships between the characters.
Unlocked movies, music, artwork, and movie scenes are available to watch, listen to, and view.