Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, is slated to be released for the PlayStation 4 on April 17, 2018. This latest entry in the series revolves around the Japanese gangsters, and will be the final adventure for the protagonist, Kazuma Kiryu.
If you’re interested in pre-ordering the game, there are currently two special editions of Yakuza 6 that you can spend your money on. We’ve detailed both of these editions down below to help you make a decision on which preorder edition to purchase.
Essence of Art Edition
The Essence of Art Edition, which is also called the Launch Edition will include the full physical game, together with a free bonus. Furthermore, the Essence of Art Edition will also include a Hardcover Art Book, that will feature more than 20 artworks from the Yakuza community. As of now, it is unclear on how many of this will be available when the game comes out, so if you’re interested in purchasing this, better plan ahead. The Essence of Art Edition will be priced at $60.
After Hours Premium Edition
If you’re really a big fan of the game and want to splurge a little bit more to add to your collection, then this edition may be for you. Besides getting a physical copy of the game, in a collectible box, this edition also include the following items:
- Hardcover Art Book
- 2 Bar Glasses (280 ml)
- 2 Ice Stones
- 2 Coasters
- Collectible outer box
The After Hours Premium Edition will be priced at $90.
Currently both the Essence of Art and After Hours editions are already available for pre-order with the following retailers:
Essence of Art Edition ($60)
After Hours Edition ($90)
Essence of Art Edition ($60, $48 for Amazon Prime members)
After Hours Edition (Listed as currently unavailable)
Essence of Art Edition ($60, $48 for Gamers Club Unlocked members)
After Hours Edition ($90, $72 for Gamers Club Unlocked members)
As the game nears its release date, with only a month and a half to go, Sega has released a demo version of the game, which can be downloaded today. However, North American fans might have to wait a little bit du to Sega making a mistake with the release of the demo in the region, as some players were able to access the full game after downloading the demo. You can check out the full details of the incident here, which we will update once the demo is re-uploaded to the North American store.
What do you think of the special editions available for Yakuza 6: The Song of Life? Will you be purchasing a special edition? Or is a digital copy enough for you? Share your thoughts in the comments below.