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Preorders Now Live for Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, with Discounts and Bonuses Available

Fans of the Yakuza series can now preorder the upcoming action-RPG game, Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, which is set to release on January 26, 2024. Preorders are available for various PC editions of the game, with discounts and bonuses included.

The standard edition, originally priced at $70, is being offered at a discounted price of $60.89, a 13% discount. This version comes with extra items to enhance party power and progression, as well as two additional jobs, Linebacker and Tennis Ace, which can be unlocked to give players an advantage against the Hawaiian gangs.

The Deluxe edition, priced at $73.94 (normally $85), includes all the preorder bonuses from the standard edition, along with the Master Vacation Bundle. The contents of this DLC have yet to be revealed. For those looking for an ultimate experience, the $95.69 Ultimate Edition (normally $110) comes with all the aforementioned extras, as well as a Sujimon and Resort bundle, a Yakuza CD collection (likely digital soundtracks), and additional outfits for character customization.

In addition to Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, fans can also prepare for Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name, starring Kiryu Kazuma and set after the events of Yakuza 6: The Song of Life. This shorter game features Kiryu in a new plot, operating in secret with a unique fighting style and spy gadgets. The PC version of The Man Who Erased His Name, releasing on November 8, is available for preorder at a discounted price of $43.49 (originally $50), and includes the Legendary Fighter Pack and a free mystery Steam game for a limited time.

Playing The Man Who Erased His Name offers an additional advantage for players, as it directly ties in to Infinite Wealth. Upon completing the interquel, players will have access to exclusive scenes and gameplay that won't be found in the main game.

Sources:
– Fanatical (preorder details and discounts)
– GameSpot (article source)
– Fandom (ownership disclosure)