Yakuza Kiwami 2 Heading to PC

Friday, April 12th, 2019

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One of gaming’s most famous underworld heroes returns as Yakuza Kiwami 2 makes its way to PC this year.

The adventures of Kazuma Kiryu continue as war breaks out between the Tojo Clan and Omi Alliance in their bid to see who will control Japan’s criminal organizations. When a single gunshot takes out the Fifth Chairman of the Tojo Clan, Kiryu must journey to Sotonbori, Osaka, to broker peace between the rival clans. The Dragon of Dojima is pulled back into the life he desperately wanted to leave as he faces the ambitious Ryuji Goda, the Dragon of Kansai, who will stop at nothing to get his war and prove himself the only Dragon of Japan.

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As with its predecessor, Kiwami 2 includes a vast array of side-stories and mini-games, including the Cabaret Club and Clan Creator, as well as Virtual On, Golf Bingo, and Toylets. The game also includes a few chapters developing the backstory of series fan favorite Goro Majima.

Remade from the ground up in the Dragon Engine, Kiwami 2 is now fully optimized for PC, including 4K resolution and unlocked framerates, customizable controls, and robust graphics options.

Kiwami 2 will release on May 9, 2019, on Steam for $29.99/£24.99/€29.99. Pre-orders include a complete Clan Creator Bundle DLC, exclusive weapons, outfits, and more.

You can read oprainfall’s impressions of the PlayStation 4 release of Kiwami 2 here.

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