Lost Judgment Officially Announced for Judgment Day
Despite an early leak, Judgment Day still goes on as Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio announces Lost Judgment. After the 2019 original and even the recent remaster, fans can go on yet another adventure with Takayuki Yagami in Kamurocho. In addition to Kamurocho, Lost Judgment adds Yakuza: Like a Dragon’s Yokohama as well. Acting as a sequel to the original game, another major murder case is on the rise. It’s up to Yagami and his friends to help solve this new mystery. You can check out the game in the announcement trailer below.
Takuya Kimura reprises his role as the Japanese actor for Yagami, with Greg Chun returning for the English voice. The developers took a lot of time to write the script, stating they needed to make sure they got it right. Adding a high school to some of the locations players can visit, the team also hopes to bring out even lighter elements into the game as Yagami goes undercover to gain information. He’ll also take part in various new mini games, including skateboarding, dancing, and more. A new combat style in the form of “Snake” style, will also join Yagami’s combat selections. There will also be new stealth missions, traversal mechanics like wall running, and more. There’s even more to look forward to in the upcoming sequel, as seen in the live stream below.
Lost Judgment will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S|X and will have a worldwide release on September 24th, 2021. What do you think? Are you looking forward to the next installment in the Judgment series? Did it make your Judgment Day? Let us know in the comments below!
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