Will you enter the Cabaret Club Grand Prix or protect Majima Construction?
Two play spots from the past are being brought back into Yakuza: Kiwami 2.
Originally featured in Yakuza 0, Nightlife Island is back and redesigned for the upcoming Yakuza: Kiwami 2. Aptly named “New Nightlife Island” players will battle it out in the Cabaret Club Grand Prix. Your goal? Become the top Cabaret Club in all of Japan.
But of course the how is the fun part. In the story of this play spot, your business, Four Shine, enters into the Grand Prix and you will have to please the most customers while paying close attention to their needs and the abilities of your hostesses. A happy customer spends a lot of money and will stay in your establishment for a longer period of time, so you’ll have to change how you play according to their wants.
Though if a cabaret club simulator is not something you are interested in, there is another play spot that may interest you. The “New Clan Creator.”
The original Clan Creator mode was part of Yakuza 6: The Song of Life and had players battle it out in large groups with a focus on tactics. And the same is still true for the New Clan Creator, but it has new features and enhancements.
Your goal will be to protect the Majima Construction company in a more defense-oriented combat style. You decide which 9 workers you will have on the job as your facility comes under attack.
Oh, and you may not think it, but there is one thing that ties these two play spots together. Real world celebrities will be appearing in both. In the New Nightlife Island play spot, many of your rivals are actresses. As for your enemies in the New Clan Creator, get ready to fight professional Japanese wrestlers.
Yakuza: Kiwami 2 is set to release on Dec. 7 in Japan and will be available on the PlayStation 4.
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