The upcoming Yakuza: Like a Dragon is going to bring about a massive shift for the franchise. Having wrapped up Kazuma Kiryu’s tale in Yakuza 6: The Tune of Life, the collection is now progressing with a brand-new protagonist in Ichiban Kasuga, a new tale, new characters, and even turning into a turn-based RPG.

One more modification that it’ll be making is shifting base from Kamurocho– which has been a pillar as one of the collection’ main settings for many years– to the new district of Yokohoma. Kamurocho will still be in the video game, obviously, however Yokohoma, it appears, is mosting likely to be the main attraction.

As a matter of fact, developer Ryu Ga Gotoku Workshop recently required to Twitter as well as compared the sizes of both areas by pitting images of their complete maps side-by-side, illustrating simply how considerably larger Yokohama is. In a succeeding tweet, they also verified that both pictures are “practically” to scale, which Yokohama really is that much bigger than Kamurocho.

Right here’s hoping that the larger globe will still be largely inhabited with compelling personalities and side activities- which, certainly, is something Yakuza has actually constantly been known to do.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon launches on November 10 for the Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, and also PC. It will release for PS5 on March 2, 2021.

On Xbox Series X, Yakuza: Like a Dragon will go for either 4K/30 FPS or 1400 p/60 FPS, while on Xbox Series S, it will certainly perform at either 1440 p/30 FPS or 900 p/60 FPS.