Yakuza Developers’ Judgment Achieves 1 Million Units Shipped

Today the Japanese arm of Sega announced with a press release that Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio's Judgment has passed a shipments milestone.


Today the Japanese arm of Sega announced with a press release that Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio’s Judgment has passed a shipments milestone.

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The game has shipped one million units shipped worldwide including all platforms, which is definitely quite flattering for this kind of game.

This comes ahead of the release of the game’s sequel, Lost Judgment, that will debut globally on Sept. 24 for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, & Xbox One.

Judgment itself is currently available for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and Google Stadia.

If you’re unfamiliar with Judgment, below you can read an official description.

“From the team that brought you the critically acclaimed Yakuza series comes Judgment, a gritty tale of disgraced attorney Takayuki Yagami in his quest for redemption. Haunted by his past, he takes up arms as a private detective, clawing his way through Kamurocho’s underground crime network to investigate a string of grisly murders. In this psychological thriller, the balance between justice and mercy teeters on the edge.

Track suspects, discover clues, and bring evidence to court – but be careful, there are dark characters at every turn. Can you distinguish between friend and foe? Take advantage of two unique battle styles to take down adversaries in electrifying encounters. Packed with Hollywood-worthy combat sequences and cinematic twists and turns, this mystery will surely keep you on your toes.”

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