Recently, there were signs that Yakuza Kiwami 2 will be released on PC and publisher Sega has now confirmed this on Twitter and with a new trailer. Yakuza Kiwami 2 will be released for PC gamers on May 9.
The PC version of Yakuza Kiwami 2, among other things, supports a 4k resolution, has no limit on the frame rate, gives players the possibility to adjust the controls according to their wishes and contains ‘robust graphics options’.
The game was released on the Western market for the PlayStation 4 at the end of August last year, after the game had already been released in Japan in December 2017. Earlier this month, the US Entertainment Software Rating Board reported a Windows version, a sign that the PC version was on the way.
The first part has been available on Steam since February and the prequel Yakuza 0 already appeared for Windows. The Kiwami games are remasters of the original Yakuza games. Part 2 first appeared in late 2006 for the PlayStation 2. Like the other installments in the series, it is a third-person action game set in an open world.