Despite the abandonment of Toshihiro Nagoshi, works within Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio they continue. And although the recent diatribes between the studio and the actor Takuya Kimura related to the PC version of Lost Judgment, the studio is already thinking about the future even outside the Yakuza series.
In a recent interview for Famitsu in fact, the new studio director Masayoshi Yokoyama confirmed not only the intention to release a sequel to Yakuza: Like a Dragon, but also confirmed that within the internal team's studies a SEGA other games are already being worked on outside the two series already mentioned.
“Over the past 10 years, Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio has grown to have 300 employees. Nagoshi, Sato and I have been the three key figures for a long time, but changes cannot come without upsetting things. In this sense, I think that structural change is a sign of our change. The next Yakuza will be a game set several years after the end of Yakuza: Like a Dragon. When he arrives, he will again have Ichiban Kasuga as the protagonist. We will continue to challenge ourselves to create new titles and are already working on unannounced titles outside of Yakuza and Judgment. "
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