Looks Like Yakuza: Like a Dragon is Coming to Steam

Looks Like Yakuza: Like a Dragon is Coming to Steam

Newcomer Ichiban's adventure is coming to PC.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon, the eighth main installment in the Yakuza series, looks like it will be coming to PC. This is all according to a rogue database listing that went live yesterday.

You can see a screenshot of the Steam database listing for Yakuza: Like a Dragon, or you can follow this link to check it out for yourself. There's not actually much to go on from the listing, but the listing itself tells us that the next Yakuza game will likely be coming to PC, when it eventually releases in the west later in 2020.

The SteamDB listing. | Sega/Steam

Currently, Sega hasn't announced any details about Yakuza: Like a Dragon coming to PC. They also haven't announced a firm release date for the PS4 version in the west, and the only information we've had to go on since the game launched in Japan in January was that it'd be arriving in the West at some point later in the year.

But this is still a pretty exciting prospect. Yakuza games first started coming to PC with the amazing Yakuza 0, and then Yakuza Kiwami and Kiwami 2 followed shortly afterwards, remakes of the first two Yakuza games that originally launched on the PS2.

So assuming the listing on SteamDB is accurate, and Yakuza: Like a Dragon is coming to Steam, PC players are actually missing a pretty big chunk of the mainline story of Kazumu Kiryu. Then again, Like a Dragon stars newcomer Ichiban Kasuga instead, with Kazuma Kiryu returning in a relatively mysterious supporting role. Will Ichiban ever be as popular as the legendary Dragon of Dojima? We'll have to wait until later this year to see for ourselves.

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