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Is Like A Dragon: Ishin on Xbox Game Pass? – Answered

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by Jesse Vitelli

Like a Dragon: Ishin is the next game from RGG Studios. This remaster of Ryƫ ga Gotoku Ishin! is the first time players in the west will have a localized version of the game. Initially released in Japan in 2014, this game is a dramatic retelling of samurai-era Japan and is told through the characters of the Yakuza series. Fans of Yakuza might be wondering if they can play this day one on Xbox Game Pass. Well, we have the answer for you below.

Is Like A Dragon: Ishin on Xbox Game Pass? – Answered

As of right now, Like A Dragon: Ishin is not on Xbox Game Pass. There are no plans for the game to come to the platform anytime soon. However, at one point, every Yakuza game was on Xbox Game Pass, so it seems that Sega and Xbox have a good working partnership, and we would not be surprised to see the game make its way over to Xbox Game Pass eventually.

If you want to play like A Dragon: Ishin on launch day, you’ll need to purchase it. However, if you buy the Deluxe edition of the game, you’ll be able to play it a few days early on February 17, 2023. So if you’re itching to get into the game, you can always fork over a few extra bucks to make that happen.

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While Like A Dragon: Ishin is a very different approach to the series tried and true formula, it still had everything you would want from an RGG game. You’ve got karaoke, dancing minigames, brutal combat, and so much more.

So that is everything you need to know about if Like A Dragon: Ishin is coming to Xbox Game Pass. Cut your way through the Shinsegumi and more with our helpful tips and tricks on Ishin. Here’s the news that AEW Superstar Kenny Omega will be in the game as a Trooper Card.

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.