Guilty Gear Strive Story Trailer Assembles The Game’s Roster (VIDEO)

Guilty Gear Strive Nagoriyuki

Guilty Gear Strive has thus far enthralled fans with its stunning gameplay showcases and ample pre-release beta sessions and is very quickly headed to release. With only a few weeks to go, Arc System Works has now revealed a new trailer dedicated to the overall story of Strive, assembling the game’s array of hero and villain characters, and teasing a high-stakes narrative posed as being a definitive conclusion to the past 20-plus years of the Guilty Gear saga.

As seen above, the showcase brings together the 15-fighter roster of Guilty Gear Strive for an all-encompassing conflict, featuring franchise veterans like Sol Badguy and I-No as well as newcomers such as wolf-channeling special agent Giovanna and katana brandishing vampire Nagoriyuki. Alongside the new story trailer, Arc System Works (via Gematsu) has now also announced the entire English voice cast for Guilty Gear Strive, which can be viewed below.

  • Sol Badguy (voiced by David Forseth)
  • Zato-1 (voiced by Matthew Mercer)
  • Chipp Zanuff (voiced by Ed Bosco)
  • Nagoriyuki (voiced by Evan Michael Lee)
  • Anji Mito (voiced by Kae Min)
  • Leo Whitefang (voiced by Jamieson Price)
  • Ky Kiske (voiced by Sean Chiplock)
  • Potemkin (voiced by Armen Taylor)
  • Axl Low (voiced by Alexander Gross)
  • Vernon (voiced by Anthony Alabi)
  • Faust (voiced by Kaiji Tang)
  • May (voiced by Eden Riegel)
  • I-No (voiced by Amber Lee Connors)
  • Millia Rage (voiced by Tara Platt)
  • Giovanna (voiced by Lilimar)
  • Ramlethal Valentine (voiced by Laura Stahl)
  • Asuka (voiced by Derek Stephen Prince)
  • Gabriel (voiced by Richard Epcar)
  • Aria (voiced by Nicole Tompkins)
  • Erica (voiced by Sarah Williams)
  • Goldlewis (voiced by Steve Barr)

As Guilty Gear Strive readies for its release, the stylish brawler looks to be one of the strongest entries in years, with a diverse selection of characters, a wealth of updated gameplay, as well as several additional modes. The online multiplayer appears to be no slouch either as Strive also touts a particularly capable rollback netcode that recently graced the past two open beta tests. While the new Guilty Gear is set to release in only a few weeks’ time, owners of the title’s Deluxe and Ultimate Editions will get early access, enabling the fight to start a whole three days early.

Guilty Gear Strive releases for PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 on June 11th.

What do you think? Are you excited to do battle in Guilty Gear Strive, or were you not exactly playing the game for its story anyway? Did you get to play in the recent open beta test? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more story-based headlines recently featured on DFTG, check out these next few news stories:

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