All DLC Will Come with Yakuza 5, Special Discount for Those Who Pre-order the Game

Tuesday, August 25th, 2015

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Yakuza 5 - Special pre-order discount

SEGA announced on PlayStation Blog that Yakuza 5 will come with all the DLC for free pre-packaged–similar to how they handled Dead Souls. These include “Another Drama”, which is a series of extensive sub-plots that focus on each protagonist.

They have also announced that they will taking digital pre-orders for the game today, which you can check out here. Not only that, if you pre-order the game you get the game at a discounted price of $33.99, and you get a static PS3 theme. No official release date has been announced.

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  • Wolfe

    The lack of a physical release (as well as a deluge of RPGs coming up) make this one a pass for me. Someone elsewhere pointed out that Sega has ‘pulled the plug’ on digital releases in the past, and I’m wondering if that would endanger ownership of a downloaded copy in any way. Say, if I needed to clear HD space temporarily and went to redownload it later, having already purchased it, only to find it no longer available.

    • Lord Ackercocke

      That’s what worries me about digital releases.