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Lost Judgment: The Kaito Files DLC Expansion Launches This Month

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Lost Judgment: The Kaito Files release date DLC expansion Sega RGG Studio Ryu ga Gotoku Yakuza

Sega and RGG Studio have announced that DLC expansion Lost Judgment: The Kaito Files will launch on PlayStation and Xbox with a March 28, 2022 release date. The DLC costs $29.99 by itself, but it is included in the Lost Judgment Season Pass or for those who bought the Ultimate Edition of the game.

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Lost Judgment: The Kaito Files will allow players to take control of the titular character in a four-chapter story. He has his own distinct Primal Focus detective techniques and two fighting styles to employ as he takes on a new case connected to his past. He is investigating the disappearance of his “old flame,” Mikiko (image at bottom), when he meets and teams up with a teenager named Jun (below) who claims to be their son. Kaito is going to have to beat up some bad guys in Kamurocho to learn the truth.

Lost Judgment: The Kaito Files release date DLC expansion Sega RGG Studio Ryu ga Gotoku Yakuza Jun

Here are more details of Lost Judgement: The Kaito Files:

  • His side of the story: Challenge all-new bosses with Kaito’s unique combat styles, scour Kamurocho for new collectibles, and dive into Kaito’s past in this larger-than-life drama expansion spanning four chapters.
  • Beast of the streets: Brazen, bold and always bombastic, Kaito is reliable in any fight, shake-down, or chase. Go beast mode with Kaito’s aggressive Bruiser fighting style or crank up the defense with his Tank fighting style.
  • Trust your gut: No need for Yagami’s fancy gadgets here; Kaito has his own sensory-based sleuthing style. Tap into Kaito’s Primal Focus to literally sniff out clues, identify suspects and crack the case with his instincts.

With the release date of the Lost Judgment: The Kaito Files DLC just a few weeks away, it should provide a nice fix until RGG announces its next Yakuza game.

Lost Judgment: The Kaito Files release date DLC expansion Sega RGG Studio Ryu ga Gotoku Yakuza Mikiko

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