Yakuza: Like a Dragon Gets New PS4 Gameplay Showing Jobs, Post-Clear Mode, & New Playable Characters

Today Sega presented new gameplay of the upcoming JRPG Yakuza: Like a Dragon, showing four jobs and new characters playable after clearing the game.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Today, during Toshihiro Nagoshi’s traditional livesteam Sega Nama, Sega presented new gameplay of the upcoming JRPG Yakuza: Like a Dragon.

The gameplay was split in two parts, with the first featuring four jobs that our heroes can switch to: chef, night queen, riot police, and fortune teller.

You can check them out below.

The second video included a special reveal, in the form of part of the post-clear mode.

On top of that, we also get tro see new characters will become playable including Joon-gi Han, Tianyou Zhao, and Eri Kamataki.

You can see them in action below.

If you’d like to see more about Yakuza: Like a Dragon, you can check out the latest trailer that revealed iconic hero Kazuma Kiryu, more gameplay showing all the jobssome focusing on minigames, a batch of screenshots introducing the men of the Seiryukaimore showing the Omi Union crew, a few female characters that will help Ichiban Kasugaa look at some inevitable product placement, one the at battle mechanics another showing enemies and summons, one focusing on making money at the beginning of the game,  one showcasing more advanced money-making activities, another on the new town Isezaki Ijincho, and one on the Human Power stats.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon will launch in Japan on January 16, 2020, exclusively for PS4. It’ll also come west later next year, and a demo is already available on the Japanese PSN.

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