Update: Nicely, that did not go precisely as planned. The Yakuza Remastered Collection has been officially announced, but it really is not actually a collection — at least not but. Yakuza three, Yakuza four, and Yakuza five are all coming West, but they are becoming released separately. The vibrant side is that Yakuza three is supposed to be out later right now on the PlayStation Retailer.
And yes, if you get The Yakuza Remastered Collection (it really is £49.99/$59.99) on the PlayStation Retailer, you get all 3 games — just not correct away.
Yakuza four will be released on the 29th October, and Yakuza five will launch in February 2020. All 3 games are remastered at 1080p, and will run at 60 frames per second.
SEGA says that a physical edition of the comprehensive Yakuza Remastered Collection will be produced obtainable when Yakuza five Remastered hits in February 2020. Apparently, SEGA is even thinking about bundling each Yakuza game into a single package at some point, while there are no additional specifics on that.
Original story: Wonderful news for Yakuza fans: it really is searching like SEGA is about to announce some thing referred to as Yakuza Remastered Collection. We assume that it’ll contain the PlayStation four remasters of Yakuza three, Yakuza four, and Yakuza five. The collection has been outed on the US PlayStation Retailer, which at present lists it as an upcoming release.
Hopefully this all turns out to be correct, for the reason that we’d a great deal rather get all 3 Yakuza titles bundled into a single collection, rather than getting to wait for every game to be released separately.
We’ll update this short article as quickly as SEGA tends to make an official announcement.