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Sega confirms that Yakuza 0 PC will support 4K60FPS, as well as an uncapped frame rate

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Still digital only

During the relatively uneventful PC Gaming Show there was one announcement that stood out -- Sega's commitment to PC gaming, which just happened to reveal during a short clip that they were bringing Yakuza 0 and Yakuza Kiwami to the PC.

I mean, that's the sort of thing you get a Sega rep in for and discuss, but instead we got tons of clips of old PC games and date reveals we already knew about. Anyway, Sega took to Twitter to confirm that not only will Yakuza 0 run at 4K and 60 frames-per-second, but it'll also offer an uncapped framerate option for "meatier" PCs.

Within that same Twitter thread Sega re-iterated that both releases are digital only. Still, given that the Yakuza series never could have seen the light of day in the west, the proliferation of it in any shape or form is good news.

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