Sega via Sega Nama has revealed that it’s going to be broadcasting a livestream on Aug. 28 at?21:00 JST (9 a.m EDT) focused upon a few its upcoming titles. Some of those games will likely be Yakuza Online, a title fans did not heard much given it was announced at Tokyo Game Show 2017.
Unlike most Yakuza games, Yakuza Online will be free-to-play, and obtainable for mobile and PC. Similar to free-to-play titles, it will probably be games to be a service, featuring item-based micro-transactions.
Yakuza Online is going to take place pursuing the era of Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, still mounted in?Kamurocho, Tokyo. The title introduces a new protagonist in?Ichiban Kasuga. Kasuga may be a stubbornly honest, but pure man who must communicate with allies to confront the main powers as well as a finish with an unexpected conspiracy.
That’s never assume all for what Sega Nama holds though, since the stream will feature info on?Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth for 3DS, the?Valkyria Chronicles 4 Nintendo Switch port, and?Shenmue I & II’s PlayStation 4 remaster.
Those interested will be able to look at stream live?on?YouTube?and?Niconico.
Yakuza On the internet is currently still in development for PC, iOS, and Android, which has a tenuous release date of 2018 for Japan.
Author: Andrew McMahon
Andrew has wandered around by using a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications sitting in his back pocket for some time now, in the mean time wondering what he’s going to do to get a career. Luckily, video game titles will always be there, especially as his writing career progresses.