Yakuza: Like a Dragon, or Yakuza 7, represents a significant change compared to the previous chapters of the series, also with regard to the new setting that it has, however, much more extensive than that seen so far.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon puts in scene the adventures of a new protagonist, Ichiban Kasuga, set in the new scene of Ijincho, the fictitious city based on Chojamachi, but that it differs somewhat from the real one. The city in question, however, is much larger than the classic Kamurocho of the previous chapters, about 3 or 4 times wider than the latter, but without including the “dungeon” that can be explored in the course of the game and extend further the gameplay.
One of the new, more Yakuza: Like a Dragon, as already mentioned, is its new combat system will be turn-based style RPG in japan, the genre to which the new chapter refers to different aspects, even in the management of the party. The protagonist, Kasuga, in fact, is a type quite different from Kiryu, and it is not one that is alone in dealing with armies of enemies, preferring to lean on some teammates, and the baste of the attack strategies.
Other information on the Yakuza: Like a Dragon will come in the course of the TGS 2019, and because this is one of the major Sega titles at the event, the japanese scene in the next week.