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How to Play Like a Dragon: Ishin Demo

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by Jesse Vitelli

Like a Dragon: Ishin has a free playable demo for fans to try and test their combat skills ahead of the game’s full release. It’s a good idea to try this 20-minute demo to get a feel for the game if you’re on the fence about picking it up before making a purchasing decision. How do you play the Like a Dragon: Ishin demo? We have the answer for you below.

How to Play Like a Dragon: Ishin Demo

To play the Like a Dragon demo, you must go to your respective platform of choice and download the free Combat Demo application. You can do this on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.

Once the demo is downloaded, you’re free to play through the two different sections, focusing on the game’s combat. While you won’t get any indication of the larger story of Like a Dragon: Ishin, this is a good way to see if you gel with the game’s combat.

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You have four different stances to play around with, all with wildly different move sets and special abilities. The demo doesn’t give the full breadth and scope of combat, but it’s an excellent way to check out how this game’s style differs from standard Yakuza combat.

If you’ve played Yakuza 0, you’ll be more familiar with switching fighting styles on the fly and how you can use those to combine some interesting move sets.

That’s everything you need to know about how to play the Like a Dragon: Ishin demo. For more tips and tricks on Like A Dragon: Ishin and how to become the ultimate samurai, stay right here at Prima Games. Is Like A Dragon: Ishin on Xbox Game Pass or will you need to purchase the game to play it? We have the answer for you.

Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him chipping away at his ever-expanding backlog of JRPGS or staring at his massive Amiibo collection.