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Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth pre-order guide

Wild child Ichiban Kasuga heads to the rainbow state on Jan. 26

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The next major installment in the continuing Like a Dragon series is coming very soon. Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth launches on Windows PC via Steam, the PlayStation 4 and 5, and Xbox consoles on Jan. 26. It’s taking Ichiban Kasuga, Kazuma Kiryu, and some other familiar faces from Japan to the sunny shores of Honolulu to engage in another action-packed and presumably ridiculously goofy RPG.

While 2023’s Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name was a smaller adventure (at least, by comparison to the many other gigantic titles in the series), Infinite Wealth promises to be a huge sequel to Yakuza: Like a Dragon, bringing along its turn-based gameplay and goofier tone.

If you’re looking to pick up a physical copy of the game, the standard edition is available to pre-order from numerous retailers. Whether you want a digital or disc-based copy, both will get you access to a number of in-game bonuses and cosmetics which we’ve detailed below.

A grid showing the pre-order bonuses available for Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth Image: Sega

Where to pre-order Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth standard edition

The standard disc edition of Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth is currently available to pre-order in physical and digital formats for $69.99. If you have an Xbox or PlayStation, the game will be available from Amazon, GameStop, Best Buy, and Target. Digital copies can be pre-ordered directly via Steam, Xbox, and PlayStation’s online stores.

Pre-ordering the standard edition automatically entitles you to the Hero’s Booster Pack, which allows you to quickly increase the level and job rank of your chosen party members. It includes the following in-game items to jumpstart your experience in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth.

  • 1 Small Leveling Set
  • 1 Small Gearworks Crafting Set
  • 1 Small Job Leveling Set

You’ll also get the Special Jobs set allowing your party to access the Linebacker and Tennis Ace jobs when your characters reach level six in the game.

In addition to the Hero’s Booster Pack, you can access the Hello Work Employee Special Outfit for Ichiban Kasuga by subscribing to the newsletter for Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth before Feb. 2. Check out Ichiban looking all professional below.

Promotional art for the Hello Work outfit cosmetic pack for Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth. Image: Sega

Where to pre-order Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth deluxe edition

Upgrading to the $84.99 digital-only version of Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth entitles you to everything included with the standard edition, plus additional digital entitlements. The deluxe edition also grants access to the Master’s Vacation Pack. Details on what’s included here are slim, but it likely includes a variety of in-game cosmetics.

If you want to reserve a digital copy of the deluxe edition, you can pre-order directly from Steam, PlayStation, and Xbox.

Where to pre-order Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth ultimate edition

The $109.99 digital-only ultimate edition of Infinite Wealth features everything found in cheaper versions of the game, plus the Assorted Costume bundle that includes a variety of cosmetics that can applied to specific characters, as well as others that for your entire party. This edition also includes the Yakuza CD Collection set, which contains over 20 classic Yakuza karaoke tracks to enjoy in the background of Kasuga and Kiryu’s new adventure.

The ultimate edition also includes the Sujimon and Resort bundle, but details on this particular add-on aren’t available.

You can pre-order the ultimate edition in its digital format directly from Steam, PlayStation, and Xbox.

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