Here’s a rough idea of how long it’ll take to beat Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth (LAD 8)
Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth is an RPG developed by Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio and published by Sega. The game is a direct sequel to Yakuza: Like a Dragon (2020), featuring Ichiban Kasuga and Kazuma Kiryu as protagonists.
Unlike the other games whose story entirely took place in Japan, Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth’s story takes place in Hawaii, where Kasuga and Kiryu join forces to help and find Kasuga’s mother.
As mentioned above, you get to control both Ichiban Kasuga and Kazuma Kiryu in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth. Since the game employs turn-based combat, you will need to utilize both Ichiban and Kiryu in all battles.
Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth will have you follow the epic emotional drama of two larger-than-life heroes brought together by the very hand of fate or something even more sinister.
The entire Yakuza series is well known for being very lengthy. And the newest addition, Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth does not break the trend. So here’s how long you can expect to spend on this title if you wanna finish the main mission and all the side content.
Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth (LAD 8) Total Hours
LAD Infinite Wealth has one of the longest stories of the series even when we exclude the mirage of side content that it carries with it. If you just focus on completing the main story and keep everything else at a bare minimum, you would still be looking at 50 hours of playtime.
Remember that the franchise is well known for long cutscenes, so a big chunk of that playtime comprises cutscenes.
However, if you want to dive into all the side content completely, you will be spending a lot more hours playing Infinite Wealth.
Completing the 52 sub-stories in Hawaii, participating in all the minigames, and playing through the bigger side tasks like the Sujimon battles and Dondoko island will easily add another 30-50 hours to the game.
But the amount of time you’ll spend overall in Like a Dragon Infinite Wealth depends heavily on how much time you spend doing all there is to do in the game. You might like some of the side activities more than others, and you might take your time leveling up your party and exploring the world. So that’s ultimately up to you.