Arc System Works is coming to Virtual Market 5
The World’s Largest Virtual Event
Rolling Hills Estates, California – December 16th, 2020 – Dive into the Guilty Gear universe in the virtual world at “Virtual Market 5” while waiting for the launch of Guilty Gear™ -Strive-, the latest entry in the groundbreaking fighting game series from Arc System Works. Virtual Market 5 is the world’s largest virtual convention, starting on December 18th, 2020 PST.
At the virtual Arc System Works booth, guests can sample and purchase 3D avatars of Baiken, Jam Kuradoberi, Dizzy and Elphelt from Guilty Gear Xrd for JPY 10,000. Also, by taking a survey at the virtual booth; visitors will receive digital weapons for their avatar for free! There will also be a virtual photo opportunity with a Guilty Gear themed battle stage. Guests can then walk around the event site with their purchased 3D models to show their fandom in the virtual world!
The event will run 24 hours until January 9th, 2021 PST. Attendees can visit the booths in the virtual world, purchase and download digital merchandise such as avatars and tools, or even physical items. Additionally, visitors can also interact with other attendees in the virtual space. Those who want to attend the largest virtual event in the world will need to register for VR Chat and join via Steam from their PC. A VR headset is not required. https://www.v-market.work/v5
About Guilty Gear -Strive-
Guilty Gear -Strive- is the latest entry in the critically acclaimed Guilty Gear fighting game franchise. Created by Daisuke Ishiwatari and developed by Arc System Works, Guilty Gear – Strive- upholds the series’ reputation for groundbreaking hybrid 2D/3D cell-shaded graphics and intense, rewarding gameplay. Guilty Gear -Strive- will be coming on April 9th 2020 to PlayStation®4, PlayStation®5, and Steam®. For more information, please visit the Guilty Gear Strive home page at: https://www.arcsystemworks.jp/guiltygear/en/
About Arc System Works
Arc System Works is a developer and fighting game specialist from Japan—best known for the Guilty Gear series of games and, more recently, BlazBlue —that have garnered international critical acclaim for their innovative fighting systems and spectacular 2D and 3D artwork.