"We felt the detective style gameplay really complemented what we have come to expect from the main Yakuza series."
With the sequel now out SEGA is giving fans a chance to catch up with the original.
The game officially launched in 2018 on PS4, but has since released on other platforms over the last few years.
Lost Judgment is the name and it will reportedly release on PS4/PS5 September 21.
An announcement relating to the series is planned for May 7.
This enhanced version of the crime thriller is also coming to Google Stadia.
Eirik will put his detective hat on for today's livestream, during which he'll be playing the new game from the team behind the Yakuza series.
The latest game from the creators of the beloved Yakuza-series is almost here and we've reviewed it.
Sega's chief creative officer Toshihiro Nagoshi revealed that international stock is almost gone following the actor's drug arrest.
Kyohei Hamura will have the character model and Japanese voice adjusted, with all trailers and screenshots being changed too.
Pierre Taki was arrested for using cocaine, and Sega has since stopped shipments and digital sales while they "confirm the facts."
You can pre-order Takayuki Yagami's adventure right now on PS4 for some extra goodies, both physical and digital.
English subtitles are also included on top of the English and Japanese voiceovers, and we're promised more information on the game soon.
We also have a western release window.
Project Judge landing on December 13 in Japan, 2019 for the rest of us.