In Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, players face a myriad of completionist challenges that range from straightforward tasks, such as trying every menu item at specific venues, to the more daunting tasks like achieving high scores in Infinite Wealth‘s more challenging minigames. While it’s feasible to tackle all these tasks before the game concludes, it’s common to have unfinished objectives as the credits roll.
For those looking to continue their journey post-main story, Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth offers a Premium Adventure mode found in each of the series’ previous titles. This mode allows players to proceed from where they left off in a non-canon extension of their game, retaining all progress and items. It serves as an ideal setting to complete any remaining tasks. Additional endgame content can be unlocked through purchase of the “Master Vacation Bundle” paid DLC, included in the game’s Deluxe and Ultimate Editions or purchased separately.
While, unfortunately, most of Infinite Wealth’s post-game content is locked behind this paywall, the Master Vacation Bundle does at least give players a good amount of content to play through after beating Infinite Wealth‘s main story. Below, we’ve compiled a list of post-game activities for players who can’t get enough of Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth‘s gameplay.
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Finish Substories, Memories, and Bond Links
In Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, the final chapter gives players an opportunity to wrap up substories, Drink Links, and any other tasks missed earlier due to regional restrictions or time-specific requirements. Once Premium Adventure mode unlocks, players can freely switch between protagonists for easy travel between Japan and Hawaii. It also lets players change the time by visiting a room upstairs in Survive or Revolve, making it easier to access content tied to certain times of the day, including character Bond stories and certain substories.
Challenge Endgame Dungeons
The Premium Adventure mode provides access to additional gameplay in the Hawaiian Haunt and Yokohama Underground dungeons. Completing all three floors of these dungeons unlocks a fourth EX floor, featuring tougher enemies and significant boss battles. This mode is not only for completing tasks, but also for gathering materials for crafting, enhancing gear, and collecting rewards. These resources are crucial for preparing to face The Big Swell, a dungeon exclusive to the Premium Adventure DLC.
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Make Dondoko Island a 5-Star Resort
Players who didn’t make time for an island getaway while playing through Infinite Wealth’s main story can head back to Dondoko Island in Premium Adventure mode. Here, they can pick up where they left off, clearing trashed areas, crafting DIY projects, and working hard to provide the finest island experience for their guests. Players have likely unlocked a handful of potential Dondoko Island visitors, without even trying, during their playthrough of the main story, and it’s fun to have them stop by and enjoy the amenities of Dondoko Island.
Max Out Everyone’s 7-Star Weapons
Towards the game’s climax and continuing into Premium Adventure, enemies become more formidable and will regularly drop high-quality materials essential for crafting and enhancing weapons at Julie’s Gearworks. This allows players to easily enhance every job’s weapon to +7 and unlock new abilities via Infinite Wealth‘s weapon brand slots, which is crucial preparation for challenging The Big Swell DLC dungeon or Infinite Wealth‘s main story at a higher difficulty level in New Game+.
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Challenge a Harder Difficulty in New Game+
It’s important to note that New Game+ and its increased difficulty settings are available only through the paid “Master Vacation Bundle” DLC for players who have not purchased the Deluxe or Ultimate Edition of Infinite Wealth. This DLC extends the game’s replayability by allowing players to retain their progress, including gear, jobs, skills, and Bond levels, for a renewed challenge. In New Game+, players can choose to replay Infinite Wealth‘s story in new Hard or Legend difficulty modes.
Earn Master Vacation Bundle DLC Trophies
The Master Vacation Bundle DLC not only unlocks new gameplay options but also introduces exclusive unlockable Trophies that players can earn. These additional achievements offer players further goals beyond the base game’s completion, enriching the gaming experience for those seeking to explore everything the DLC has to offer. With nine trophies available, this DLC, included with Infinite Wealth‘s Deluxe and Ultimate Editions or purchased separately or Standard edition owners, adds significant value and challenge to the game.
Catch ‘Em All – Sujimon, That Is
Players who enjoyed Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth‘s monster battle minigame might find that even after becoming a Sujimon Master, their Sujidex is far from complete. While not all Sujimon players encounter via battles and raids can be recruited for use in the Sujimon minigame, players can still work to complete their Sujidex by seeking out challenging enemies throughout Hawaii and Japan. Rare Sujimon can be encountered and recruited via Legendary raids, which can be tracked down easily using the Sujimon menu.
Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth
- January 26, 2024