Players can get a taste of Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, the next chapter in the franchise as soon as called Yakuza, by finishing the just recently launched Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name and accessing the demonstration contributed to the video game by Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio.
The designers have likewise just recently took part in a Q&A with the Japanese site Game Watch. According to the translation by Automaton Media, author Masayoshi Yokoyama described Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth as a 'beast video game' longer than any video game formerly launched by the studio. Yokoyama revealed the hope that gamers would still go through with it in a quick quantity of time - even at the cost of their health.
The video games take a very long time to clear, do not they? Gaiden, not a lot, however Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth is a monster-class video game longer than anything we've made up until now. If you go at it constantly, you'll get ill, and it will not end with simply a couple of all-nighters. This indicates that a great deal of individuals are going to think twice to play the video game or will wind up having it wait on their racks. I discovered the possibility of that type of result unfortunate, so I believed, we need to get everybody hyped up enough to play it.
We need to get individuals to play the video game in about a week or a month, even at the expense of their health, which is why it's our task as developers to create enough to be delighted about. I've believed by doing this for the previous year or more-- for a video game like Infinite Wealth, we need to get a celebration going on. It would feel sort of disrespectful to simply drop such a long video game and be finished with it (laughs).
The previous mainline installation needed 45.5 hours to finish simply the primary story, so durability is certainly not going to be a concern, which's not even counting the newly revealed AC-style side mode.
Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth will be launched on January 26, 2024 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S|X. Meanwhile, you can have a look at Gaiden, which bridges the story of Kazuma Kiryu in between Yakuza 6 and Infinite Wealth.
Gaiden got a 7.9 rating from Kai:
Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name is a bite-sized appetiser suggested to please gamers' hungers for simply a couple of more months till Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth strikes international coasts. That being stated, Gaiden strikes all the marks I wish to see in the series: entertaining side stories, an impressive police procedural that covers numerous video games, and all the knuckle mixes one might ever desire.