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New Guilty Gear Gets New Trailer Revealing Axl Low and Showing May in Action

Today Arc System Works attended CEOTaku 2019 in Orlando, Florida, and they revealed a brand new trailer or the new Guilty Gear game. 

Today Arc System Works attended CEOTaku 2019 in Orlando, Florida, and they revealed a brand new trailer or the new Guilty Gear game. 

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The trailer showcases two characters that will be inclunded in the game. May takes the lion’s share of the screen tme and we get to actually see her ina action.

Axl Low is the second to appear, and it’s more of a tease of his presence than a full-fledged showcase.

You can check it out below.

We also learn that another trailer will be showcased at the South East Asia Major  2019 in Singapore, which will be hosted oetween October 12 and 13, 2019.

We’re still in the dark about the platforms for this new Guilty Gear game, but we know it’s coming in 2020.

The latest iteration of Guilty Gear is dated 2017, with Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2. This time around it appears that Director Daisuke Ishiwatariwants to completely revolutionize the franchise, and as he promised in a recent message following the original announcement at EVO. 

You can also check out the previous trailer, which showcased  Sol Badguy and Ky Kiske, also teasing May.


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