- The chapter titles for Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth have been datamined.
- Fourteen chapters will be split into 2 halves with the latter half switching protagonists in each segment.
- Kiryu will have a set of substories titled “Bucket List/Unfinished Business.”
Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth chapter titles have surfaced online due to a datamine. User the_thirdy shared the full list on r/yakuzagames, revealing several story beats and details we’ll be seeing once Infinite Wealth arrives next year. Interestingly enough, it seems that the titles are named after songs in each language, including English, Japanese, and Korean.
According to the datamine, Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth will have a total of fourteen chapters with the first seven focusing on Kasuga Ichiban only. From chapter eight onwards, the game will switch protagonists each chapter allowing players to play as both Kiryu Kazuma and Ichiban,
Elaborating on the information, the post states that Kiryu will have a different set of side missions called “Bucket List/Unfinished Business” starting from chapter 8. Given the prior reveal that the Dragon of Dojima is battling Cancer and doesn’t have long to live followed by this leak, fans speculate that this might be Kiryu’s final outing. Adding even more weight to this are the names of chapters that focus on the character.
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The Yakuza series has come a long way since its initial release on the PlayStation 2. Since making its way to the global market, it has grown exponentially as shown by the approximately 2 million units moved by Yakuza: Like A Dragon. Serving as a turning point for the IP, Infinite Wealth is poised to bring the curtains down on the story of Kiryu Kazuma as the franchise continues to move forward.
Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth will launch on January 26, 2024, for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. A spin-off game of the franchise, Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name launched earlier in November to fantastic reviews, with eXputer awarding it a rating of 4 out of 5 dubbing it a top-class Yakuza title to boot.
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