Yakuza 6 is Coming to PC and Xbox Game Pass: System Requirements

Yakuza 6 is Coming to PC and Xbox Game Pass: System Requirements

Yakuza 6 is Coming to PC and Xbox Game Pass

There are just a few days left until the launch of Yakuza 6: The Song of Life on PC and Xbox One, set for March 25, a debut made even more memorable by the fact that the latest adventure of the Dragon of Dojima will be available in Xbox Game Pass since day-one.

If your intention is to play it on PC, then you would do well to check out the minimum and recommended system requirements, just unveiled by SEGA through the Microsoft Store. The minimum requirements are slightly higher than those of Yakuza Kiwami 2, while the recommended configuration is very similar.

Minimum system requirements

Goal: Low details at 1080p, 75% Render Scale

Operating system: Windows 10 version 18362.0 or later RAM memory: 4 GB Processor: Intel Core i5-3470 | AMD FX-6300 Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 660, 2 GB | AMD Radeon HD 7870, 2GB Free Space: 40GB

Recommended System Requirements

Lens: High Details at 1080p, 100% Render Scale

OS: Windows 10 version 18362.0 or later Memory RAM: 6 GB Processor: Intel Core i7-6700 | AMD Ryzen 5 2600 Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070, 8 GB | AMD Radeon RX Vega 56, 8 GB Free space: 40 GB Is your gaming PC ready for Yakuza 6: The Song of Life? Set three years after the events of the fifth chapter, the story opens with a Kazuma Kiryu eager to live a quiet life. An accident by Haruka, however, completely upsets his plans. You will know more by reading our review of Yakuza 6: The Song of Life.

Octopath Traveler and Yakuza 6 joining Undertale on Xbox Game Pass

Octopath Traveler – soon to be ‘free’ on Game Pass (pic: Square Enix)

Microsoft’s spending spree for Xbox Game Pass is far from over, as former Switch exclusive Octopath Traveler and Yakuza 6 are confirmed.

Signing up a big budget game like Outriders to be a Game Pass game from day one cannot have been cheap, but Microsoft clearly has plenty of money left in its war chest, as it’s also signed up another Square Enix game in the form of Octopath Traveler.

The retro styled Japanese role-player was originally released as a Switch exclusive in 2018, before appearing on PC in 2019, Stadia in 2020, and now Xbox One from March 25. There has so far been no hint of the game appearing on PlayStation 4 or 5.



Announced at the same time is Sega’s Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life, formerly a PlayStation 4 exclusive but now also coming to Xbox One and PC on March 25.

That’s all on top of cult classic Undertale which was released for Game Pass today and marks the first time the game has appeared on an Xbox format.

Of course, all this is in addition to 20 Bethesda games being added to Game Pass, now that Microsoft owns the company, with all future games destined to end up their automatically.

Game Pass was already great value but Microsoft’s new additions are beginning to put increasing pressure on Sony who really have no equivalent for the PlayStation, beyond the poorly curated PS Now.

After Undertale the next big update to Game Pass comes on Thursday, March 18 with Empire Of Sin (Xbox and PC), NieR: Automata (PC), Star Wars: Squadrons (Xbox), and Torchlight 3 (PC) all being added at the same time.

Then just a week later, on March 25, you’ve got Octopath Traveler (Xbox and PC), Yakuza 6 (Xbox, PC, and cloud), Genesis Noir (Xbox and PC), Pillars Of Eternity 2: Deadfire Ultimate Edition (PC), and Supraland (PC).

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Team17’s Narita Boy will be added for all formats on March 30 and then Outriders the day after.

It is a two-way street though and Journey To The Savage Planet, Machinarium, and Hyperdot will each be leaving Game Pass later this month.

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