It's been an active few months for Guilty Gear fans. The fighting game by publisher and developer Arc System Works will soon see a new entry in the series. \n \nRecently at the ArcRevo World Tour 2019 Finals, Arc System officially revealed the title and logo of the next game: Guilty Gear Strive, also stylized as "-StrIVe-." The IV notes the sequel has the fourth installment in the series. \n \n \n \nFrom the first official trailer: "HEAVEN OR HELL! LET'S ROCK! Having recently celebrated its 20th anniversary, the revolutionary fighting game series GUILTY GEAR returns in 2020 with a breathtaking new game!" \n \nThe game was also announced with a new trailer, featuring all of the characters announced so far along with gameplay. The next trailer won't be released until mid-January during the winter tournament Frosty Faustings XII. \n \nThe new trailer shows all of the characters released so far, which includes Sol Badguy, Ky Kysike, Chipp Zanuff, May, Potemkin, and Axl Low. Also teased was Faust, formerly Dr. Baldhead, but no gameplay was included for the character's reveal. \n \nGuilty Gear Strive is scheduled to be released in late 2020. \n \nAlong with the new game's official title, Arc System also announced that the Guilty Gear 20th Anniversary Pack would soon arrive in North America. \n \nThe Guilty Gear 20th Anniversary Pack will be released on the Nintendo Switch. The pack was previously released in Japan, Asia, and Europe but not North America. \n \nThe Guilty Gear 20th Anniversary Pack includes a physical version of the games Guilty Gear and Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R in a collector's steel book. There is also additional physical merchandise including a Sol Badguy headband, commemorative coin, and more. \n \nBoth Guilty Gear and Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R were previously released for the Nintendo Switch, but only as digital versions. \n \nThere is currently no set release date for the Guilty Gear 20th Anniversary Pack, only that it is "Coming Soon." \n \nAnnouncing the news at ArcRevo America was the General Director of Guilty Gear, Daisuke Ishiwatari. He has worked on other Arc Systems titles, such as BlazBlue. \n \nAt the end of the event, the publisher developer announced the Arc World Tour would be returning in 2020 with BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle and for the first time, Granblue Fantasy Versus.