Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth on PC Will Include DLSS 3 Support

Have you heard about Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio’s upcoming RPG, Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth? It’s pretty exciting stuff! They’ve set the release date for January 26, and it will be available on all the major platforms like PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and even on PC, which is a big deal for us PC gamers.

Nvidia’s stepping up their game this time. They’ve just announced that the PC version of Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth will have this super cool DLSS 3 technology. I caught the news at Nvidia’s CES 2024 presentation. They’re also adding DLSS 3 to other big titles like Dragon’s Dogma 2 and Horizon Forbidden West. I can’t wait to see how this tech will enhance the game.

The game itself sounds fantastic. Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio is going all out with this one. They’re saying it’s their most ambitious project yet. Imagine the new map being set in Hawaii and three times bigger than the Yokohama map in Yakuza 7. That’s huge!

So, don’t forget January 26! Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth hits PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It’s mainly a big deal for PC gamers with Nvidia’s latest DLSS 3 tech. It’s shaping up to be a game-changer. I’m marking my calendar. Are you excited about it?

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