Yakuza: Like A Dragon PS4 saves won’t transfer to the PlayStation 5 version

It’s come to mild that individuals who buy the upcoming Yakuza: Like A Dragon on PlayStation 4 won’t give you the option to deliver their save video games with them as soon as they improve to PlayStation 5.

Developer Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio confirmed the information in a tweet that signifies that, though followers get the improve itself totally free—together with for bodily copies of the recreation— they’re going to have to begin their recreation once more from scratch as soon as they’re on the new console. The affirmation comes following yesterday’s announcement that the recreation might be launching on PlayStation 5 in March, some 4 months after the recreation’s launch on PlayStation Four in November.

There’s been some questions on transfers of save video games between PlayStation Four and PlayStation 5 of late, with PushSquare noting that upgrades of Maneater from PS4 to PS5 will also not be able to carry their saves across the generation. However, it appears as per a tweet from Insomniac’s community director James Stevenson it is possible for you to to transfer your saves from Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ PS4 version to the PS5 (though this does not apply for the authentic recreation to Spider-Man: Remastered.) 

It’s vital to notice that each one of this seems to be primarily for video games with a free PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5 improve and never essentially for these PS4 video games that are playable on PS5 through backwards compatiblity, though Sony are nonetheless to make it clearly precisely how or in the event you’ll give you the option to transfer saves out of your present library between platforms. It actually appears there’s nonetheless just a few questions hanging overhead earlier than the PlayStation 5’s launch this November 12 and November 19.

Yakuza: Like A Dragon in the meantime launches on Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PlayStation Four and PC on November 10, 2020 and on PlayStation 5 on March 2, 2021.

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