'Yakuza Kiwami 2' will be released on the PC for the first time next month.



The hugely popular 'Yakuza 2' remake - which first launched on the PlayStation 4 in Japan at the end of 2017 and then elsewhere in August 2018 - will finally be available on another platform on May 9.

Sega says that the new version of the title - which is available to pre-order now for £25 or $30 - is "fully optimised for PC, including stunning 4K resolution and unlocked framerates, customisable controls and robust graphics options".

Meanwhile, any customers choosing to pre-order the game will "receive the complete Clan Creator Bundle DLC, including super rare Clan Creator Leaders and Packs, exclusive weapons, outfits and more".

In August, Sega announced they were bringing Japanese classics - including 'Yakuza O' and 'Valkyria Chronicles 4' - to the Steam platform.

PC gamers are now able to enjoy a wave of beloved games, including 'Shenmue 1 & 2', and 'Shining Resonance Refrain'.