Lost Judgment Is Preparing For A Demo

Lost Judgment could be the traditional final game of Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio. You cannot hide from the eyes that keep track of everything: even the PlayStation Network is not safe from them.


Earlier today, we wrote about Toshihiro Nagoshi, the creator of the Yakuza series could be poached, which would significantly change the future of both the Yakuza and the Judgment series (the latter is a spin-off of Yakuza). The latter is about to get its second instalment.

PSN Releases on Twitter is an account that keeps track of the uploads to the PlayStation Network. In a tweet, it confirmed that its PlayStation 4 version could be getting a demo called Lost Judgment: Unjudged Memory Trial Version. Unjudged Memory is the Japanese subtitle of the game. The focus is on Trial Version; a demo of a game is often called that in Japanese. SEGA didn’t even announce that Lost Judgment will get a demo!

Even if the demo’s announcement is inbound, it should happen soon, and we have yet to see if it will be available outside Japan. However, both Yakuza and Judgment have picked up mainstream attention in the West, and SEGA would be a fool to skip the demo outside Asia. We wonder what the demo is going to contain. And we hope that it won’t have the entire game! (In 2018, Yakuza 6’s demo, which first weighed 30 GB, included that by accident. What an oversight.)

Lost Judgment will launch on September 24 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. If you buy any of the more expensive versions, you can start playing from September 21. There will be a story DLC (the Digital Ultimate Edition will net you that as well when it launches), but we likely have to wait until 2022 for that to arrive.

Source: PSL

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