Yakuza 8: We will see it very soon, announces the development team

Yakuza 8: We will see it very soon, announces the development team

Yakuza 8

Right in these days many Japanese companies are unveiling their line-ups of titles that will be present at the next Tokyo Game Show 2022. Konami's statements have rekindled hopes of seeing a great return of Silent Hill, but according to the latest rumors it seems that Metal Gear Solid will return with a remastered of the first three historical chapters. In all this, we discover today that Yakuza 8 will also show itself very soon, and even before the start of the fair to be held in Tokyo.

Until now, however, we still weren't clear on when we would be able to see the game in action. Now we have a date and a first official confirmation, given that Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio has recently announced that the first sneak peak trailer of Yakuza 8 will be released on September 8th. The event will be broadcast on YouTube and it will be possible to follow it all over the world at the same time as 1:00 pm, Italian time.

The broadcast will be part of the Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio TV format, but it will be shorter than normal episodes and will see the participation of Masayoshi Yokoyama, director and executive producer of the Japanese team, together with product manager Masaya Santou. The event will not just show us something new about the next Yakuza, but will also show a series of fan art sent before streaming, so as to also involve the community of fans in this important moment. | ); }

Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio TV #12.5 set for September 8 featuring “sneak peek trailer”

SEGA will host a short episode of Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio information program Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio TV on September 8 at 20:00 JST, the company announced. You will be able to watch it on YouTube.

Dubbed “Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio TV #12.5: Sneak Peek Trailer Brought to You by the Director!,” the broadcast will be shorter in comparison to regular episodes, and feature Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio director and executive producer Masayoshi Yokoyama alongside product manager Masaya Santou. It will also showcase fan art submitted before the stream and comments from the previous broadcast.

While further details were not announced, the ambiguity of the program’s contents, recently shared development footage of the tentatively titled Yakuza 8, and the fact that Tokyo Game Show 2022 is approaching could suggest here is where we will get our first formal look at the game.