Yakuza Kiwami is Getting a Bunch of Free DLC, But You'll Have to Ask a Creepy Clown for Them

Yakuza Kiwami is Getting a Bunch of Free DLC, But You'll Have to Ask a Creepy Clown for Them

IT (2017)

Yakuza Kiwami is coming out on the PlayStation 4 on August 29, and Sega announced a full slate of free DLC after launch. Better yet, you can get them all from a creepy yakuza clown.

During September, Yakuza Kiwami will automatically patch in a schedule of free DLC into the game which will include new costumes, health items, and other little gifts. You won't have to download any of these items separately but you will have to get them from Bob Utsunomiya, "the clown located underneath the Tenkaichi Street Gate."

The Yakuza Clown

The DLC packs includes:

  • Kiwami Fun Pack (release date 9/5/17) which includes the Dragon Tattoo outfit, Toughness Emperor, Tuariner ++, Staminan Royale, Modified Model Gun, and Gold Plate
  • Kiwami Street Pack (release date 9/12/17) with the Prison Escapee outfit, Extra Balance Motor, Extra Slim Tires, Boost Gears, Speed Frame Plus, and Stone of Enduring
  • Kiwami Fun Pack 2 (release date 9/19/17) which comes with a black suit, Toughness Infinity, Tauriner Maximum, Staminan Spark, and Marlin Cannon
  • Kiwami Street Pack 2 (release date 9/26/17) and the Snake Skin Jacket (for Majima), Killer Bee, Godspeed Motor, Super Slim Tires, Godspeed Gears Plus, New Bumper Plate, and Sacrifice Stone

Remember: you can get all these items for free as long as you're willing to talk to a weird clown.

Sega is already adding a host of improvements to Yakuza Kiwami including upgraded graphics and audio, and a terrifying "Majima Everywhere" training mode that makes eyepatched gangster Majima appear randomly throughout the game to challenge the player. Additionally, Yakuza Kiwami will be left undubbed so as to recreate the feel of a "foreign film" (Yakuza is basically a Criterion release now), so Sega's really putting some serious consideration into how players will interact with the new Yakuza game.

Honestly though, between this and the Majima Everywhere mode, Yakuza should be reclassified as a horror game.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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