The Next Like a Dragon: Ishin Announcement Reveals PC Specs

  • Giuseppe Rossi
  • Feb-01-2023
The Next Like a Dragon: Ishin Announcement Reveals PC Specs

The release of the remake of the 2014 Japan-exclusive title, “Like a Dragon: Ishin,” is getting closer. Set to launch on February 21st this year; we now know what specs you will need to run the game. With these recommended specifications for high graphics settings with 1080p and 60 fps, let’s take a look at what kind of PC you should build for an optimal experience. 

Starting with Intel, you will require at least an Intel Core i5-3470 or AMD Ryzen 3 1200 processor with 8GB RAM in order to play it smoothly on low settings (1080p resolution and 30fps). For recommended specs which can get gamers higher graphics setting with 1080p resolution and 60 fps performance, they will need an Intel Core i7-4790 or AMD Ryzen 5 1600 paired up with 8 GB of RAM along with either Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 or AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 GPU as minimum requirements. 

Not only that, but make sure that your hard drive has enough space since Like a Dragon: Ishin takes around 60GB worth of hardware stores in order to be able to install it properly onto your computer. While this might seem like quite a hefty amount compared to other titles out there, such as CD Project Red's latest big RPG Cyberpunk 2077, clocking in nearly 100GB worth of download size on consoles alone; it won't be too harsh for today's modern computers drives capacity making it more than feasible for gamers who don't have gargantuan amounts setup inside their gaming PCs. 

Match all this together into your system, and you're off, ready set, go ready to start smashing through tons of enemies during battles that make up the majority of gameplay! 

The release isn't just limited to PCs either - players can access Like A Dragon: Ishim from their PS4 and Xbox Series X/S come February 21st, 2023 as well! This gives players the flexibility on whether or they won't enjoy playing one newest entry into the Ryu ga Gotoku series being developed by SEGA outside Japan shores for the first time; ever so long-time fans definitely have a lot to look forward to when finally released early soon!