Sega has revealed extra details about the solid of Lost Judgment. The firm printed two interviews, which function the actors behind two key characters. Additionally, official character biographies for each Kazuki Soma and Akihiro Ehara at the moment are out there via the official Japanese Lost Judgment website. [Thanks, Famitsu!]
These movies are just like ones launched for the Yakuza video games and for the primary installment of the Judgment sequence. Ken Mitsuishi (Ehara) and Hiroshi Tamaki (Soma) share a bit about their performances and present some perception into their characters.
You can watch the interview with Hiroshi Tamaki under.
You can watch the interview with Ken Mitsuishi under.
As talked about beforehand, Kazuki Soma and Akihiro Ehara additionally obtained character biographies. They present extra data relating to their relevance to the story of Lost Judgment. This additionally consists of how Lost Judgment ties into its earlier installment and the general universe of the Yakuza sequence.
Soma is the chief of the RK group in Kamurocho. His ambition is to rule the underground of Kamurocho, hoping for the RK group to occupy the place the Tojo Clan as soon as held. As a former member of the Tojo Clan, he was recognized for his capacity to “see through lies.”
Ehara is the Metropolitan Police Department Chief. Roughly two months after his arrest for molestation aboard a practice in Shinjuku, the courts discovered him responsible and convicted him. However, throughout that trial he revealed the placement of a corpse in Yokohama.
Bits and items of this data have been within the Lost Judgment reveal trailer, which was launched upon the announcement of the sport. Several of the solid members from Judgment will return on this sequel. Additionally, gamers will have the ability to have interaction in additional mini-games and varied side-stories that can solely occur at a faculty.
Lost Judgment releases worldwide for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One on September 24, 2021.