Yakuza: Like a Dragon was verified for Xbox Series X (along with Xbox One and also COMPUTER) earlier this year, much to the shock of several, and inquiries regarding whether a PS5 variation is likewise coming have actually been asked more than a couple of times ever since. Via IGN, the PS5 version of the upcoming RPG has actually now formally been verified. There’s a catch though- that will certainly come “at a later date”, while the Xbox Collection X variation will certainly be a launch title for Microsoft’s next-gen console.

A launch window for COMPUTER and current-gen versions of the video game has actually additionally been confirmed, with Sega revealing that Yakuza: Like a Dragon will certainly be releasing for PS4, Xbox One, and PC in November. Given that a precise launch day hasn’t been offered, we’re presuming it’ll launch all at once with the Xbox Collection X variation, as well as since the console’s launch day hasn’t yet been exposed, Sega are resisting on announcing their game’s launch date also.

One more significant piece of details has additionally been validated. For the very first time in the collection because the extremely initial Yakuza introduced in the west for the PS2 back in 2006, Yakuza: Like a Dragon will certainly likewise have an option for an English voice dub, real to earlier reports relating to the same. What’s more, famous star George Takei will be voicing the video game’s main antagonist, Masumi Arakawa, the patriarch of the Arakawa Household.

Other voice cast members have actually likewise been detailed. Lead character Ichiban Kasuga will certainly be articulated by Kaiji Tang; Andrew Morgado will voice Koichi Adachi, “an ex-cop on the search for reality”; Greg Chun will articulate Yu Nanba, a “downtrodden previous nurse making amends with the world”; and also Elizabeth Maxwell will certainly be voicing Saeko Mukoda, “a bar person hosting on a goal”.

A brand-new trailer for the game, as well as an additional video introducing the video game’s English dub, have likewise been launched.