Yakuza Remastered Assortment PC Patch Significantly Reduces CPU Utilization

Yakuza Remastered Assortment PC Patch Significantly Reduces CPU Utilization

As soon as one thing of an unofficial mascot for Sony’s PlayStation, the Yakuza sequence was lastly revealed elsewhere when the Yakuza Remastered Assortment got here to Xbox and PC earlier this yr. After all, completely different platforms can lead to completely different issues, and whereas Yakuza Remastered Assortment all the time ran nicely on the PC, a brand new patch is making it run even higher.

The gathering bundles collectively Yakuza 3, 4, and 5 and updates the unique PlayStation Three graphics to fall extra according to trendy video games. The Yakuza sequence is thought for its strangeness in addition to it is beat ’em up gameplay, and the Yakuza Remastered Assortment would not disappoint in both regard.

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The brand new patch for the PC model of the sport fixes a couple of glitches and consumer interface points, however most impressively cuts down CPU utilization by 30%. Yakuza Remastered Assortment obtained typically constructive evaluations when it got here to PC, and now gamers whose computer systems could not fairly deal with the trilogy earlier than have a motive to present it one other attempt. Fortunately, Steam will set up the patch routinely upon launch for anybody who already owns the sport.

The remastered assortment provides players an opportunity to return and expertise a few of the earlier Yakuza video games. For these wanting to return to different video games within the sequence, there’s now a fan-made english dub of Yakuza: Black Panther, a title that was by no means formally launched within the west, however for everybody else, Yakuza Remastered Assortment for PC performs higher than ever due to the most recent patch.

Yakuza Remastered Assortment is out now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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