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Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth clears one million units sold

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth clears one million units sold

While the franchise has been around since the initial game in 2005, the Yakuza / Like a Dragon series has really seemed to pick up mainstream popularity over the last few entries. Today, Rya Ga Gotoku Studio has confirmed just that.

The Sega-owned developers revealed that Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth has already crossed over the 1,000,000 copies shipped threshold. It took the game a mere week to do so.

When you look at review scores across the industry for Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, it’s easy to see why the latest core entry to the series is doing so hot. Destructoid gave the game a great review. On Metacritic the title earned a 92, 89, and 89 across the Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5, and PC respectively.

The series did a bit of a soft reboot with 2020’s Yakuza: Like a Dragon into RPG territory. As stated in our Infinite Wealth review, it has been a bit of a transition period for the franchise as the developers settle in on their vision, but RGG seems to have nailed it. It’s clear from these sales that the series’ fanbase is excited about where it’s headed.

To commemorate Infinite Wealth‘s achievement, Rya Ga Gotoku Studio is releasing free in-game swag as a reward to players for helping in the title’s success. The development team will be gifting a celebratory T-shirt set with timing and further details coming at a later date.

If you’re still working your way through Infinite Wealth with its seemingly infinite things to do, check out Destructoid’s Infinite Wealth hub. It features fantastic guides, walkthroughs, and plenty more to help get you all the cash and glory.

Jeff Scott

Jeff has been hopping on Goombas and collecting Triforce shards since the late NES era. Today, he appreciates all things console games – with a slight favoritism toward his Nintendo franchises. He’s currently contributing to Destructoid on a freelance basis. You can reach him at [email protected].

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