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Yakuza: Like A Dragon System Requirements

We Discuss The System Requirements For Yakuza: Like A Dragon And The PC You'll Need To Play It

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Can I Run Yakuza: Like A Dragon On My Computer?

Yakuza: Like A Dragon is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and last but not least, on the PC. Listed below you will find both the minimum and the recommended system requirements as given by the Publisher for running the game on PC.

Typically we suggest assuming slightly more power is needed than what the minimum requirements suggest, as gaming publishers have a tendency to underplay this in order to get more people to buy their game. Have a look over our suggested PC build guides at the bottom of this page for an indication of what kind of machines we would suggest to get the game running.

If you are unsure of the components inside your computer to see if it packs enough punch, have a read of our guide here to help you find its specifications. We are developing a tool that can assess your computer’ss ability to play any game to make this process that much easier, and we’ll be updating this page and our other systems requirements pages once this becomes available.

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Yakuza: Like A Dragon Game Details

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  • Release Date (worldwide) : November 10th 2020 (Windows PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One)
  • System Requirements : Medium
  • Genre : Action RPG
  • Developer : Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio
  • Publisher : Sega

Yakuza: Like A Dragon is the eighth main release in the Yakuza series, and brings with it all the same brilliantly bizarre humor of the previous iterations, but this time with a new protagonist, a new setting, and a new combat system.

The player takes control of Ichiban Kasuga as he is released from prison after an 18 year stretch back into his home city of Yokohama. Ichiban seeks to discover the reason his former boss betrayed him and find redemption.

The new game ups the RPG elements and side games that were there in previous iterations, but most crucially now has a turn-based combat mechanic, vaguely reminiscent of the Final Fantasy games, rather than the previous beat-em-up style.


Yakuza: Like A Dragon System Requirements

Yakuza: Like A Dragon Minimum System Requirements

  • CPU : Intel Core i5-3470 / AMD FX-8350
  • RAM : 8GB RAM
  • GPU / Video Card : Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 2GB / AMD Radeon HD 7870 2GB
  • Storage : 40GB HDD
  • Operating System : Windows 10

Yakuza: Like A Dragon Recommended System Requirements

  • CPU : Intel Core i7-6700 / AMD Ryzen 5 1400
  • RAM : 8GB RAM
  • GPU / Video Card : NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB / AMD Radeon RX 580 4GB
  • Storage : 60GB HDD
  • Operating System : Windows 10 (64-bit only)

What PC Do We Recommend To Play Yakuza: Like A Dragon?

To get Yakuza: Like A Dragon running on low settings at 1080p resolution, we’d suggest looking at one of our $500 or $600 builds as a starting point. If you want to push up the resolution and graphical settings beyond this to the higher levels then a $1,500 build or higher is what you’ll need.

If you have no desire to build your own computer and want a ready-made pre-build, then one of our under $800 PCs will most definitely run Yakuza: Like A Dragon on the lower settings at 1080p resolution. For higher settings and resolution you’ll need the $1,500 pre-built PC.

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