Yakuza 6: The Song of Life Has Been Officially Released

Tuesday, April 17th, 2018

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Yakuza 6 | Launch Edition
Sega has recently announced the launch of the latest mainline entry in the Yakuza franchise, Yakuza 6: The Song of Life in the West for the PlayStation 4 available both digitally and physically. They have also released a launch trailer for the title as well as a live action Yakuza short series filmed on location in Tokyo, Japan titled the “Yakuza – Stories of the Dragon”, and you catch it all below.

About Yakuza 6: The Song of Life
In Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, Kiryu will find out exactly how much people are willing to sacrifice for family – be those ties through blood or bond – when he investigates a series of shadowy events that involve the ones he holds closest to his heart. He’ll journey to familiar grounds in Kamurocho and the new setting of Onomichi, a beautiful, sleepy port town in Hiroshima Prefecture, in order to find the answers he seeks. Powered by the brand-new Dragon Engine, the game is the ultimate iteration of Yakuza’s blend of gritty crime story, hyper-explosive combat, and all the vices and distractions those locales have to offer.

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