Lost Judgement Won’t Launch on PC Just Yet

The developer has dismissed a promising leak for now

Lost Judgement is made to follow in the footsteps of the iconic Yakuza series. The game is set to release in September 2021 and is a direct sequel to its predecessor – Judgement. Ever since the creators of Yakuza made it public that Judgement would carry on the legacy of Yakuza with its melee fighting gameplay, fans and followers have seemingly set high expectations from the Yakuza spin-off series.

The game has been announced a couple of days back and is shown to release on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and the Xbox One. PC users looking for a port of their own were downright disappointed at first, but Yakuza fansite The Tojo Dojo spotted a mention of Steam on the game’s website, although it was promptly removed. In addition, the eager fans even noticed the Steam logo in the Lost Judgement website source code.

This led us to believe that the game might come to PC sooner than we think despite that no word on it when the game was announced. However, the possibility of that prospect coming true anytime soon has been dismissed by Sega itself.

Speaking to PC Gamer, a representative of the company said in an email, “The game is being announced for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Sega has no plans to bring Lost Judgment to PC at this time.”

Therefore, fans can forget about a PC port on launch day for Lost Judgement. The original Judgement is also unavailable on PC, but one thing does shed light on a ray of hope.

The Yakuza series remained exclusive to PlayStation for multiple years but slowly made its way to PC. Today, Steam has all the Yakuza games you can play. Furthermore, Yakuza: Like A Dragon is the latest installment in the franchise, and it dropped on PC the same day as consoles, so there’s one point to help you stay hopeful.

What do you think of Lost Judgement? Let us know down in the comments section.


Matt Hunter


With 4 years of experience as a tech writer on a multitude of websites, Matt Hunter currently reports to Exputer with news-based articles.
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