Yakuza Games Coming To Xbox One And Game Pass In 2020 (VIDEO)
Microsoft has been eager to provide more new gaming experiences for the Xbox One to help compete against their rival platforms. Earlier this week, Microsoft held the Xbox X019 event in London to celebrate the Xbox One and the future plans for the console. At the event, many games new to the Xbox platform were confirmed to be on the way for users, including many demanded titles like the original Kingdom Hearts games and many of the Final Fantasy titles between VII and XV. One series that Xbox owners have wanted to play is the Yakuza games, and now it seems that these fans will finally be getting their wishes granted.
The Yakuza Xbox announcement trailer seen above from the official Xbox YouTube channel made its debut at the X019 event earlier this week. The trailer shows clips from Yakuza 0, as well as the new Yakuza Kiwami and Yakuza Kiwami 2 remakes. It is also confirmed with the trailer that all three of these games will be coming to Xbox One in “early 2020”, and that they will be including the games in the library of the Game Pass service.
The trailer does not confirm if any other Yakuza games are coming to Xbox, including the upcoming Yakuza: Like a Dragon, but for them to start off porting the games starting with their chronologically first ones, it would make sense that more Yakuza games would be coming to Xbox in the future. Hopefully that is the case so more people can experience the magic of Japanese gangster karaoke and playing claw machines.
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