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Yakuza 0, Yakuza Kiwami, and Valkyria Chronicles 4 are all headed to the PC

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Yakuza 0, Yakuza Kiwami, and the anticipated Valkyria Chronicles 4 are all coming to PC before the end of 2018. Y0 hits Steam (including 4K and unlocked framerates) on August 1st, while Kiwami's release date is a bit more up in the air. Additionally, the PC version of VC4 will launch alongside the console version of the game later this fall. Now... when do we get Yakuza 6? What, I'm greedy.

From the press release:

Embark on a journey with the legendary Kazuma Kiryu, the Dragon of Dojima, to experience the incomparable action and drama of the Yakuza series when Yakuza Kiwami and the prequel, Yakuza 0 hit PC! Yakuza 0 launches for PC August 1, 2018 complete with PC enhanced features including 4K resolution, unlocked framerate and more. Pre-order Yakuza 0 on Steam or from a SEGA approved digital retailer* before August 1, 2018 to receive a digital manga, exclusive wallpapers and avatars featuring fan-favourite Yakuza 0 characters. Pre-ordering through Steam will also net fans a 10% discount!

Further details on the PC release of Yakuza Kiwami will be revealed at a later date. If high stakes drama wasn't enough, then prepare to be engulfed in the bitter flames of war! The hit genre-bending strategy RPG series is back along with its beautiful signature hand-drawn visual style. Command Squad E and fight against the Empire when Valkyria Chronicles 4 launches for PC alongside the console version this autumn.

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Bill Murphy has been blogging and pontificating about video games since 2002. Always ready with more to say than anyone could possibly want to read, he began his professional writing tenure at IGN's Vault Network as an Assistant Community Manager in 2006. Later he moved on to Ten Ton Hammer, and then finally landed a gig as Lead Writer at MMORPG.com and, which has evolved into his current role as Managing Editor. In 2017, he co-founded the all-games site GameSpace.com He lives in Cleveland, Ohio with his beautiful wife, two young sons, and small army of dogs and cats.