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New Yakuza Online Trailer Has Series Antagonist Ryuji Goda and Joon-Gi Han Meeting Face to Face

Ryuji Goda can be making his returning to the Yakuza franchise, however solely by means of Yakuza Online. As previously announced, the Yakuza 2 antagonist can be receiving his personal story by means of the app. While this story isn’t a lot of an extension, this new chapter will cowl Ryuji’s life earlier than he grew to become chief of the Go-Ryu Clan. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

Goda finds himself expelled from the Omi Alliance and arrives in Tsukimino solely to satisfy a mysterious man. That individual is none apart from Joon-gi Han of Yakuza 6 (and Yakuza: Like A Dragon) fame. A brand new video teasing Joon-gi’s involvement on this story, together with a brand new key artwork picture, have additionally been printed. You can discover the trailer for this new chapter of Yakuza Online beneath. While Joon-gi Han’s function within the story hasn’t been detailed, his connection to the Jingweon Mafia will most likely be essential.

Yakuza Online is a mobile game the place you’ll be able to gather your favourite characters and brawl by means of the streets of Kamurocho and now Tsukimino. Since its launch quite a few fan favorites have been added, similar to Kazuma Kiryu and Akira Nishikiyama. Players may also take part in a number of mini video games from the console titles as effectively. These embrace the cabaret membership, baseball, and different actions. Previous updates embrace the power to play by means of the tales of mainline entries similar to the unique Yakuza title and Yakuza 2.

Yakuza Online is out there on Android gadgets, iOS gadgets, and the PC in Asian areas. There has been no phrase of a worldwide launch.

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