The Japanese publisher Sega announces that Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is shifted by one month and will be available next April 17 on PS4.
Originally scheduled for March 20 in Europe and North America, the latest adventure of Kazuma Kiryu is finally pushed back nearly a month. Sega also justified the delay in a recent statement: ” This is a difficult decision, which was not taken lightly. But because bad news also brings good, it gives more time to the studio to offer players a great game at launch. ”
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To make fans of the license wait, the Japanese publisher will offer a demo of Yakuza 6: The Song of Life on February 27th on the PlayStation Store. This will allow players to add their backup of the trial version in the final version that is scheduled for April 17. Remember that it will be the most advanced Yakuza in terms of technology, thanks to its new engine “Dragon Engine”.
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