Yakuza on PC has sold around 2.8 million copies


SEGA revealed at a recent management meeting that the Yakuza PC series – including the Kiwami spin-offs and the recent RPG Yakuza: Like A Dragon – had “pretty strong sales,” with a total of copies sold around 2.8 million units. worldwide.

It took a very long time for the Yakuza series to finally be brought to PC, as each game traditionally received a PlayStation-only version – and most of the time, it’s also a Japan-only version. Yakuza 3, for example, was released in 2009 for PS3 in Japan and didn’t arrive on PC in the Yakuza Remastered Collection until 2021.

Still, things are slowly changing, with the Western release of Yakuza: Like A Dragon launching simultaneously on all platforms – including PC – in late 2020. It had a “good performance” on PC, according to SEGA, and now the publisher. . reported in a management meeting (Going through Yakuza Tojo Dojo Fan Site) that the entire Yakuza series had “pretty strong sales” on PC.

Specifically, SEGA claims that the entire Yakuza series – incorporating the main games, both the Kiwami and Like A Dragon titles – has had “unit sales of around 2.80 million units worldwide.” . SEGA is also pleased that the PC versions of these games have allowed them to reach more users and “extend the product life cycle” of Yakuza series sales.

Considering these sales numbers and the warm reception given to Yakuza: Like A Dragon on PC, it seems very likely that the next Yakuza game will launch again on PC alongside consoles.

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