Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio has confirmed that the sequel to last year’s Yakuza: Like A Dragon is in development, and the creator of the series, Toshihiro Nagoshi, will officially leave Sega.
This message comes from a Published on the official RGG website This year celebrates the 10th anniversary of the studio. Among them, the studio thanks fans for their support over the past 10 years and the news that Nagoshi will leave Sega.
“As I leave Sega, I will also leave the position of head of Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio [which Nagoshi started],” Mingyue said. “Thanks to the fans who have supported us and the gangster series for many years. You have my most sincere thanks. ”
Yakuza producer Daisuke Sato also announced his resignation. He said that after he leaves Sega, series producer Masayoshi Yokoyama will succeed him as the head of the new RGG studio. He also revealed that Hiroyuki Sakamoto, the chief producer of the gangster series, and Ryosuke Horii, the chief director of the gangster series, will now serve as the core leader of RGG.
RGG Director Yokoyama explained that when RGG was first established, it was essentially synonymous with Mingyue, and he did not want to rely too much on name power.
“However, I don’t want to rely on it too much…so although I had little influence at the time, I have been fighting for change,” Yokoyama wrote in the post. “Ten years have passed since then. Over time, the resistance I felt has turned into a feeling of comradeship. Now, I inherited the studio from a great director.”
Yokoyama later wrote in a post that the predecessors of RGG have “passed on their beliefs and expertise to every staff member”, which can be witnessed in “the recently released “Lost Trial” and will be Seen in the coming Yakuza sequel.: Like a dragon, the story of Kasuga will continue.”
Yokoyama later wrote in a post that the predecessors of RGG have “passed on their beliefs and expertise to every staff member”, which can be witnessed in “The Lost Trial” released recently, and will be Seen in the coming Yakuza sequel.: Like a dragon, the story of Kasuga will continue.”
Sakamoto, Horii, RGG technical manager and director of “The Lost Trial” Ito Toyoshi and gangster series art director Mitake Nobuaki are developing a sequel. Yokoyama, in particular, is studying this story.
“Whether it’s six months or a year later, I hope to show you a new work by Ryu Ga Gotoku studio, it is different but still the same, and it will trigger a kind of’this is what we do’ The feeling. Is waiting for you,” Yokoyama wrote. “I want to continue my life as a video game creator seriously.”
This news was released about 10 months later Nagoshi revealed that he was promoted from Sega’s Chief Creative Officer to Sega’s Creative DirectorThen, as early as August, it was reported that NetEase was in the final negotiations on hiring Mingyue (thank you, Game industry.biz). Although Mingyue has officially left Sega, there is still no official news that he will leave to join NetEase.
While waiting for the sequel to the 2020 “Dragon Like Dragon”, please check our thoughts on the game Game informant Yakuza: Like A Dragon review Then read our thoughts on the latest RGG games Game informant Lost judgment review. Check Game informantInterview with Nagoshi about gang creation, His career, and more after that.
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[Source: RGG Studio]