Guilty Gear -Strive- Patch 1.21 Adds a New Fighter and Several Bug Fixes

Guilty Gear -Strive-: Bridget
Guilty Gear -Strive-: Bridget Arc System Works

Guilty Gear -Strive-, the anime fighting game by Arc System Works, received a major patch just a few hours ago. Patch 1.21 went live on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC (Steam), which added a new character, Bridget, and several bug fixes.

Bridget - The Free-Form Tricky Spinner

Bridget is the first character of Season 2; players will need to spend some money to get her. You can purchase either Bridget DLC items or GGST Season Pass 2. Both of them will be available starting tomorrow.

You can check out the official website to learn more about the character.

Bridget Theme, Avatar Icons, and New BGM

Players will also receive Bridget’s Theme, The Town Inside Me, and several avatar items. They can select Bridget to listen to the theme, whereas the avatar items can be obtained via fishing. The patch adds a new BGM to the gallery mode as well. The GGXX Bridget’s theme, Simple Life, will only be accessible via fishing.

You can check out the rest of the patch notes below.

2 Player
  • Fixed a bug that the game was forcibly terminated when player 2 and player 3 played a battle with multiple controllers connected, and then operated with player I’s controller on the result screen.
Digital Figure Mode
  • The L1/R1 buttons can now be used to align the cursor when playing a figure.
  • Various operability of figures and cameras has been improved.
  • Reduced input delay for the PS5 versions.
  • Fixed a problem in which the “Y” button icon was not displayed correctly when using the “Steam Controller” on the Steam version.
  • Improved the communication process on the Steam version to shorten the network connection time when logging in.
  • Fixed minor bugs.

You can read the official patch notes over here.

So what do you think? Are you excited about the new character? Have you been playing Guilty Gear -Strive- recently? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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