Sega’s Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth hits 1M copies in 7 days

Sega announced that Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth has sold a million copies in its first seven days, making it the fastest-selling title in the series.

The game was released on January 26 in 11 languages .

To commemorate the sales speed and thank players for their support, a free in-game celebratory T-shirt set for the game will be released at a later date. Stay tuned to Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio and Sega social media channels for further updates regarding the special pack.

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth is a larger-than-life role-playing game that depicts an explosive tale across the Pacific. Two beloved characters take the spotlight as dual protagonists in this adventure—Ichiban Kasuga, a man who rises from rock bottom once again, and Kazuma Kiryu, who faces one final battle as he enters his twilight years.

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In the game, Ichiban and Kiryu travel from Japan to Hawaii, enabling players to experience its story, captivating characters, fun mini-games, and strategic battles.

As the latest title in the series, Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth has a lot of emotional drama, as well as the new live command RPG battle system which makes combat more strategic and dynamic. There’s never a dull moment with new jobs, enhanced customization and training elements and the largest-ever map in the series, Honolulu City.

The game has been scored pretty high in reviews by domestic and international media, including a current Metacritic score of 89. Sega of America, meanwhile, is laying off 61 people on March 8 based on a layoff notification as part of a previously announcement about phasing out temporary workers.

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