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GUILTY GEAR -STRIVE- Patch 1.05 adds Korean voices, brings numerous network fixes

Arc System Works has released Patch 1.05 for GUILTY GEAR -STRIVE-. According to the release notes, Update 1.05 adds Korean voices, fixes various keyboard issues and brings numerous network tweaks and fixes.

Going into more details, Patch 1.05 fixes an error in which the player’s position at the Duel Station would be changed when matchmaking is canceled directly before matching. It also fixes an error in which it was impossible to follow your opponent from the result screen after a match. Moreover, it fixes an error in which the game occasionally failed to enter Training Mode while searching for a match after the player cancels their status of waiting for a match after one ends in Player Match mode.

As always, Steam will download this patch the next time you launch its client. Below you can also find its complete changelog.

GUILTY GEAR -STRIVE- Patch 1.05 Release Notes

Contents

Title Screen

  • The opening movie will now play after remaining idle on the title screen for a set amount of time.

New Voice Language

  • Added Korean voice-over. The voices can be changed by selecting “Settings” from the main menu.
Network Fix
  • Fixed several errors that occured during general online matches.
  • Fixed an error in which the ? symbol would sometimes be included in the Search ID for Player Matches.
  • Also fixed an error in which the player’s position at the Duel Station would be changed when matchmaking is canceled directly before matching.
  • Fixed an error in which the Wanted Poster displayed would differ from the actual match occurring when a match is initiated simultaneously at the same seat in Player Match mode.
  • Fixed a display error that would occur when a match is found while at the character select screen when the player is searching for a match while in Training Mode.
  • Also fixed an error that made the game unresponsive for a prolonged time occasionally after switching the player’s status from waiting for a match to spectating right as the previous match ended.
  • Fixed an error in which the game occasionally failed to enter Training Mode while searching for a match after the player cancels their status of waiting for a match after one ends in Player Match mode.
  • Fixed an error in which the rotation rules would not be properly followed if there was a long difference in time between the players returning to the room after a match finished in Player Match mode.
  • Also fixed an error in which it was impossible to follow your opponent from the result screen after a match.
  • Fixed an error in which the icon for Best Bout would be displayed even when it should not function at the result screen after a match.
  • Fixed other minor issues.
System Update
  • Fixed various issues relating to keyboard bindings and 2P keyboard assignment.
  • Fixed an error in which more device icons would be displayed than the actual number of devices connected at the character select screen only on the initial startup of the game.
  • Also fixed an issue in which the game would crash after scrolling down the Replay Theater and Follow List for a long time.
Others
  • Added new movie contents to the Gallery Mode. These contents can be unlocked through Fishing.
  • Fixed several graphical issues in the Story Mode.
  • Please note that due to this fix, in-progress save data from before the update will no longer be able to be played back.

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