Monday, June 27

The Yakuza saga has sold 2.8 million copies on PC

SEGA has celebrated the close of 2021 by presenting some interesting performance results from its main franchises and projects. Among them is the saga Yakuza, an IP that has been gaining strength in recent years both with its own deliveries and with derivative games, such as Yakuza: Like a Dragon or the series Judgment. Now we have known that the computer version of this franchise is proving a success for the Japanese company, as reflected in the document.

As we can read, the saga Yakuza has sold “approximately 2.8 million units worldwide “on PC, a platform on which it landed in the third quarter of fiscal year 2019 (although previously other installments were launched on Steam, such as Yakuza 0, which was published in August 2018). Over time the company has been bringing Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio games to computers and today you can buy practically all the deliveries, including Yakuza Kiwami Y Yakuza Kiwami 2, the modernized versions of the two original deliveries.

Good sales data also for Lost Judgment

Another interesting piece of information that we can extract from this report is that the launch of Lost Judgment, the Serie spin-off of the saga Yakuza which has stuck with the real-time action style of the originals, has sold in the West 76% more that the first game thanks to the fact that the launch in these regions has been simultaneous to the Japanese version. Curiously this title not published on PC And, in fact, the company clarified that this version is not planned at the moment.

With these positive sales data, the future of the saga Yakuza seems to be insured. In fact at the end of last year it was confirmed that there is already a Yakuza 8 Developing which will also star Ichiban Kashuga, the main character from the previous installment.

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