A question many fighting game fans are asking is if Guilty Gear Strive will ever come to the Xbox platform. Although we do not have anything concrete confirming one way or the other, we can infer and make an evidence-backed guess based on Arc System Works’ previous titles and the platforms they were on.
Will Guilty Gear Strive Head to Xbox?
Unfortunately, things are not looking in favor of the game making a move to the Xbox platform. In the past, Arc System Works has only released two Guilty Gear games on the platform, with that being Guilty Gear 2 and Guilty Gear Isuka. The previous titles in the series, Xrd Revelator and Xrd Rev 2, did not make the jump over to Xbox, so more likely than not Arc System Works will never bring Strive over to Xbox.
There is, however, a very tiny bit of hope when you consider how popular Strive has become. No other Guilty Gear game has reached the highs of Strive, and that may very well be the reason that we could see the game come to the Xbox platform. Since the previous games were all still incredibly niche in terms of sales when compared to other fighters, Arc System Works could maybe see Strive on Xbox as a possible revenue path due to the popularity of the title. While this is still incredibly unlikely since the series has almost always been strictly PlayStation and PC exclusive, there is a real chance this could happen considering the popularity of the title.
Guilty Gear Strive is available now across PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. Jack-O was recently announced and released as the game’s second DLC fighter, with more on the way soon. There will also be a story expansion coming as a part of DLC, so players have much to look forward to with Strive over the next year or so.