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Arc System Works Wants To Actively Pursue New IP Collaborations

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Between Guilty Gear, Dragon Ball FighterZ, and Blazblue, Arc System Works has established itself as one of the best developers of fighting games on the market, but the studio is looking for another big mainstream hit with a recognizable IP.

At EVO 2022, Arc System Works CEO Minoru Kidooka explained how the studio is looking to pursue new opportunities by contacting IP rights holders, instead of passively waiting for an opportunity to fall into its hands.

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By clicking 'enter', you agree to GameSpot's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy Now Playing: DNF Duel Video Review «We need to expand fighting game communities through IP,» Kidooka said to IGN. «In the future, if we have such an opportunity, we are actively pushing to collaborate with new IP owners.» Arc is no stranger to collaborations, as it developed the award-winning Dragon Ball FighterZ, a 3DS One Piece game, 2012's Persona 4 Arena, and 2020's Granblue Fantasy Versus.

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