Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR- is the sixteenth entry in the Guilty Gear series and the direct sequel to SIGN. REVELATOR was first announced for the third quarter of 2015 release on arcades, starting from a location test in June. REVELATOR was later released for Japanese arcades on August 25th, 2015. The game was released for PlayStation consoles in Japan on May 26th, 2016, June 7th in the US and June 10th in Europe. The game would later have a worldwide Steam release on December 14th.
The Story So Far...Edit
Mysteries and machinations have come to a head, triggering the latest chapter in the GUILTY GEAR saga. It’s been a week since Ramlethal declared war on all of humanity. Sol and his crew have begun an investigation in order to track down Elphelt, who has been abducted. There is no clue on her whereabouts...
Suddenly, Sol gets an unexpected visit…It’s the very man who created the Gears, Sol’s nemesis, “That Man”, along with one of his lieutenants — Raven. “That Man” seeks help from Sol in order to settle his score with the “Universal Will.”
Who is the “Universal Will”? And who will win in the end...?
Returning Playable Characters from SIGNEdit
- Sol Badguy
- Ky Kiske
- Millia Rage
- Chipp Zanuff
- Axl Low
- Ramlethal Valentine
- Sin Kiske
- Elphelt Valentine
- Leo Whitefang
Returning Playable Characters from past gamesEdit
New Playable CharactersEdit
(*) Unlocked by paying an amount of 200,000 World Dollars in-game or by purchasing from the online store via PlayStation Store or Steam.
The battle themes from SIGN return to REVELATOR, along with new themes for new and returning characters as shown below.
|Original Bet||Johnny's Theme|
|Juno||Jack-O' Valentine's Theme|
|Bao Babel Nose||Jam Kuradoberi's Theme|
|The Tuner||Kum Haehyun's Theme|
|Tsuki no Shihai||Raven's Theme|
|One Dawn||Dizzy's Theme|
|Sky Should be High||Arcade Final Boss Theme|
- Unlike SIGN, there is no English dub present. This is largely due to a lack of time to add one, as the time between the release of the Arcade and Console versions was shorter for REVELATOR than it had been for SIGN.
- This also affected BlazBlue: Central Fiction, the latest of ASW's other successful fighting game series, which had always been dubbed in past games since its debut outside Japan.