Shenmue 3 Finally Arrives On Steam Later This Month
Given Deep Silver’s history of publishing titles as Epic Games Store exclusives, it didn’t really come to any surprise last year when it was announced that Shenmue 3 would be releasing on the platform as, of course, a limited-time Epic Games Store exclusive. Thankfully that period of exclusivity is at an end, with the title officially headed to Steam later this month.
Now available to scope out over on the Steam store page, Shenmue 3 is now slated to release on the platform on November 19, 2020. A price for the game isn’t yet listed, though chances are it’ll run for the same price as the going rate on the Epic Games Store, $49.99.
As for what to expect from Shenmue 3, here’s the official breakdown from Steam:
“The brainchild of award-winning game director, Yu Suzuki, Shenmue is commonly known as one of the most ambitious game projects in history, which captured the imagination of players from around the world. Shenmue established the open-world format for action RPG games. An awe-inspiring world with an immersive story, featuring cinematic sequences, a realistic fighting system, and entertaining mini-games, Shenmue garnered acclaim and adoration all over the world.
Shenmue 3 sees the eagerly anticipated continuation of the epic story-driven saga. Take control of Ryo Hazuki, a teenage martial artist, determined to unravel the mystery behind his father’s murder and to exact revenge on the killer.
Explore a vibrant, colourful open world, meet intriguing characters and endeavour on a cinematic adventure which will take you further into enemy territory and deeper into the mystery of the Phoenix Mirror.”
Shenmue 3 is slated to release on Steam on November 19, 2020.
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