Yakuza 0 is now available on PC and it’s being received well by the PC community but SEGA is not going to stop there. It seems like the latest game in the series, Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life will also make its way to PC sometime in the near future.
This comes from SEGA’s latest financial reports.
We don’t know whether it’s a typo or not but SEGA’s 2019 Major titles section is clearly listing, Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life for PS4 and PC. With the latest titles like Yakuza 0 releasing on PC, it appears that all Yakuza games could be coming to PC at some time.
This will not come as a surprise because a lot of PC players have been asking SEGA to release Yakuza games on their platform. There’s no official date yet so we can’t say when the game will release or will it be a part of 2018 release window or not.
Yakuza 0 works really well on PC and it includes some special features including 4K resolution on PC, unlocked framerate, controller support and remappable keys which make it so easy to play the game while enjoying it to the fullest.
Moving forward, we have Yakuza Kiwami to look forward to as it is releasing on PC followed by Valkyria Chronicles which is another title by SEGA to be on PC.
Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life was a hit on PS4 as it managed to debut at the number 3 spot on the UK charts and it also got the best sales week in the series. Though the game was downloaded by some people for free as the demo of the game brought a glitch which made entire game being playable.
Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life is one of the best games in the series and it takes you through some very dark times in the life of Kazuma Kiryu. It’s long and full of content, I really loved the game as it provides a very unique story experience taking you through various experiences of life.