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Yakuza 0 is coming to PC with 4K support and an unlocked framerate

Yakuza 0 is coming to PC!

Yakuza 0 is coming to PC with 4K support and an unlocked framerate

Yakuza 0 is coming to PC with 4K support and an unlocked framerate

SEGA has confirmed that Yakuza 0 will be coming to PC on August 1st, sporting both an unlocked framerate and support for 4K resolutions, bringing the game to the PC platform for the first time.

A Steam listing for Yakuza 0 has already gone live, with a pre-order price of £13.49 in the UK, which is significantly cheaper than the disk-based PS4 version on Amazon UK, giving PC gamers a lot of value. 

Yakuza 0 will place players in 1980s Japan, where players assume the roles of Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Mijima, in a map that is jam-packed with interactable objects and over 100 different stories to discover. 

    SEGA’s legendary Japanese series finally comes to PC. Fight like hell through Tokyo and Osaka as junior yakuza Kiryu and Majima. Take a front row seat to 1980s life in Japan in an experience unlike anything else in video gaming, with uncapped framerates and 4K resolutions. A legend is born.

Yakuza 0 is coming to PC with 4K support and an unlocked framerate


SEGA has released the following minimum PC system requirements for Yakuza 0, which seems to indicate that the game will be extremely easy to run on PC. 

MINIMUM:

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7 64Bit
Processor: Intel Core i5-3470 | AMD Phenom FX-6300
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 | AMD Radeon HD 6870
Additional Notes: GPU with a gpumark of: 2600 to 3100, CPU with a cpumark of 4500 to 6300

 
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12-06-2018, 01:02:06

ImprovizoR
Not just Yakuza 0 but also Yakuza Kiwami, the remake of the first game. And that's freakin' awesome because the first Yakuza is one of the best PS2 games ever made.



Also, I knew it. I knew that SEGA will eventually see the light. They started going in that direction a few years back so it was only a matter of time. PC gaming is now bigger than ever so it's a stupid idea not to do this. And OH MY GOD I am so hyped.Quote
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