During a livestream broadcast by Famitsu, Masayoshi Yokoyama, the producer of Yakuza 6, announced the arrival of a demo for the game in the Japanese PlayStation Store. The release date for this trial has not yet been disclosed, but it could be announced shortly.
At least a playable demo of Yakuza 6 will be soon released in Japan. Unfortunately the game has not been confirmed for the West.
Chief producer Masayoshi Yokoyama has announced during a Famitsu livestream that a Japanese demo will be released for the game of Yakuza 6: The Song of Life. However, when will the trial appear is still unknown.
The saved data of the demo will be then used in the final version of the game. We point out that in order to access this trial version of Yakuza 6 you must have a Japanese PSN account.
Yakuza 6 will be available from December 8 in Japan, exclusively on PS4. At the moment there is no news about a possible arrival of the game in the Western region, so there will not be any demo available for download in the European PSN-Store.
Recently, during an event streamed on NicoNico network, SEGA has shown a new long gameplay video of Yakuza 6, the new installment of the acclaimed action-adventure series.
The video, lasting forty minutes, lets you take a look at the settings, the protagonists Majima and Saejima, Kamurocho, training of Kiryu and major mechanics of the sixth chapter of Yakuza game.
You can watch the video below: