From what he recently revealed Microsoft products, the house of Redmond with Xbox series s will be more focused on high frame rates and smoother performance compared to higher resolution images, and that makes sense given his low introductory price. This, of course, means that there will generally be a significant gap in the resolution that a game will reach on Xbox series s and Xbox Series X. Regarding this, Sega revealed new details related to the resolution and frame rate that the upcoming Yakuza: Like a Dragon will have on both next-gen Xbox consoles, and that gap seems pretty significant in this specific case. These details came during a recent live stream dedicated to the title where it was specified that on Xbox Series S the game will have graphics options or 1440p and 30 FPS o 900p and 60 FPS. The resolution of 900p is the one that strikes the most, given that these numbers would not be expected from a next gen console (albeit cheap). Despite this, performance will be smooth and this could make up for this deficiency.
The plot of Yakuza: Like a Dragon sees the protagonist Ichiban Kasuga, a henchman from a low-ranking Tokyo yakuza family, sentenced to 18 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Never losing hope, Ichiban serves his sentence and returns to freedom only to discover that no one is waiting for his return and that his clan has been destroyed by the man he respected most. The protagonist of Yakuza: Like a Dragon decides to uncover the truth about his family's betrayal and to take his life back, bringing together a ramshackle group of society's outcasts: the disbanded policeman Adachi, the former nurse Nanba and the particular hostess Saeko. Together, the four become embroiled in a conflict that rages beneath the surface of Yokohama and find themselves having to become the heroes they never thought they were.
The wait that separates us from Yakuza: Like a Dragon is about to end. In fact, we will be able to get our hands on the new chapter of the historic Sega series starting from next 10 November, exit at Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC e PlayStation 4, While the version to PlayStation 5 will hit stores next March 2.