The Yakuza games just keep getting weirder.
Sega has announced that it will bring Yakuza 6: The Song of Life to PlayStation 4 consoles outside Japan on March 20, 2018. Sega also unveiled a new trailer for the game, which shows series protagonist Kazuma Kiryu bare-knuckle brawling with street gangs, taking selfies with orange mascots, fishing with a speargun underwater and holding a giggling baby.
These are many firsts for the Yakuza series, a franchise which in the past has let players sing karaoke, go bowling and hit up batting cages in addition to the main conversation, exploration and fighting mechanics. Yakuza 6 will also stand apart as the first fully-voiced Yakuza game — “every line and piece of dialogue is fully voiced in Japanese,” Sega said in a release.
Sega also revealed the contents of two of the game’s special editions. The “Launch Edition” will cost $59.99 and includes a hardcover art book. Meanwhile, the “After Hours Premium Edition” will retail for $89.99 and comes complete with an art book, two bar glasses, two coasters and two ice stones.
Yakuza 6 was originally released in Dec. 2016 in Japan. According to Sega, the game will wrap up the saga, bringing Kiryu’s story to a close. The next Yakuza game slated for release in the U.S. is Yakuza Kiwami — a remake of the original Yakuza — which will be out for PlayStation 4 on Aug. 29.