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PS Plus With 8 Yakuza Games

As many as eight installments of the Yakuza series are coming soon to the PS Plus service. Some of them will be available as early as August.

Another iconic series will soon be added to the PS Plus Extra and Premium services. We are talking about the Yakuza series, as many as 8 installments of which will be available as part of the subscription.

You will be able to play selected games in August. Sony informed about it in a post on its blog.

Yakuza in PS Plus - which parts will hit the service

The first game in the series to appear on PS Plus will be the seventh installment of the main series, namely Yakuza: Like a Dragon. At the same time, it will be the only installment that will also come to PS Plus Essential owners, as it will be made available as part of the monthly game delivery, as we reported yesterday.

Subsequently, the Extra and Premium versions of the service will be enriched with other installments of the series. At the same time, Sony made sure that the games will be added in the right order, which will make it easier to play through the entire series.

So in August you will get the opportunity to play the prequel of the series and remakes of the first two installments:

  1. Yakuza 0
  2. Yakuza Kiwami
  3. Yakuza Kiwami 2

Four more games will come to the service later this year (for now, no specific date or month in which we can expect this has been revealed):

  1. Yakuza 3 Remastered
  2. Yakuza 4 Remastered
  3. Yakuza 5 Remastered
  4. Yakuza 6: The Song of Life

PS Plus Extra and Premium owners will thus have the chance to experience the entire series, whose story began back in 2006. The only games associated with the Yakuza brand that will be missing from the service are spin-offs, such as Judgment.

Przemyslaw Dygas

Przemyslaw Dygas

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