Guilty Gear Strive brings Bridget back for Season 2, surpasses 1 million units shipped

Guilty Gear Strive is one of the best anime-inspired games out there, with all sorts of crazy characters and attacks in its roster. One of these hasn’t been seen in a very, very long time, but now it’s back.

Bridget first appeared in Guilty Gear XX in 2002. At the time of writing, she is playable in Guilty Gear Strive as the first Season 2 DLC character. She still fights with a yo-yo and her teddy bear Roger, but her story is very different this time. It’s about transforming into a woman, with other characters supporting her along the way. Of course, as you can see in the trailer for the new playable character #1, the game’s high-octane anime-style combat remains unchanged.

Bridget’s debut follows some other big news from Guilty Gear. Strive has “passed one million units shipped worldwide,” a first for the series. Developer Arc System Works broke the news on twitter, thank the fans and add another artwork by Bridget. Guilty Gear Strive got off to a great start when it launched last year, and it’s maintained that momentum ever since. The studio currently has no plans to bring the game to Xbox, but we could see those numbers getting even higher if that changes in the future.

Bridget is the first of four Season 2 characters to come to Guilty Gear Strive. Another is due by the end of the year and two more will arrive in 2023. Next year’s fighters will also bring new tiers to the game. The game has already completed a season and introduces five additional fighters. These included newcomer Goldlewis Dickinson and veteran Jack-O. Meanwhile, modders have added new custom characters to the game on PC. We’ve seen Goku from Dragon Ball Z joining the modded list, which is quite fitting as Arc System Works also developed Dragon Ball FighterZ. Guilty Gear Strive brings Bridget back for Season 2, surpasses 1 million units shipped

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