Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR- TGS 2015 Trailer

Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

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Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator Jack-O

Arc System Works had previously announced the release of a new trailer for Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR- for Tokyo Game Show 2015, and as the festivities begin ASW has uploaded the new trailer. The movie is designed to promote the console release of -REVELATOR- in Japan in the Spring of 2016 (Western release dates are currently unknown.) It features a new vocal song; as was the case for -SIGN-, there’s a separate song for promoting the arcade and console versions.

A variety of conflicts seem to be heating up in this trailer! Featured also are the three currently announced new/returning characters for -REVELATOR-: Johnny and Jam (returning, and originating from Guilty Gear X), and Jack-O, a new character to the Guilty Gear franchise.

As it stands, Jam is set to be a freely playable character at the end of September in Japanese arcades, joining a cast of 20 known playable characters for -REVELATOR-. It’s possible that future additions may be DLC/free DLC for the game’s initial release period, as was the case for Elphelt and Leo for -SIGN-. There’s a poll set to be go underway in Japan that will influence the next returning character to be added into -REVELATOR-, too.

Watch the trailer below!

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