Sega has released the neon-covered, suit-wearing crime simulator that is Yakuza 0 on PC. The company has also put out a simple launch trailer for the game as well.
The very first game in the series to come to PC, Yakuza 0 introduces enhanced features for PC, including 4K resolution, an unlocked framerate, as well as full controller support and remappable keys.
As any fan of the series would expect, this version includes all of the exploration and mini-games that the franchise has become famous for. So players of the PC version of Yakuza 0 can expect to see bowling, shopping, dates and dancing, as well as many more distractions in this game.
Here’s the official blurb for the game from Sega:
A prequel to the long-running series, Yakuza 0 is the perfect entry point to the Yakuza series. With the legendary Dragon of Dojima, Kazuma Kiryu, and series regular Goro Majima, embark on a rich saga, experiencing their gripping origin stories of moral dilemmas as young yakuza.
Explore the neon-lit streets of Kamurocho (Tokyo) and Sotenbori (Osaka), beating piles of cash out of street thugs (literally) whilst using three different fighting styles. Help civilians in over 100 substories, run your own business and immerse yourself in 1980s Japan with SEGA’s arcade classics, telephone clubs, discos, pocket circuit car races and more.
Yakuza 0 is available now on Steam for £14.99/$19.99. Check out the trailer for this deliciously 80’s adventure down below.