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New Shenmue III Trailer Introduces Ryo’s World and Fighting Capabilities

Deep Silver and Ys Net revealed the official Shenmue III  gamescom Trailer. The “A Day in Shenmue” Trailer gives a short glimpse into the detailed world of Shenmue III and the thrilling fighting system, which lets players fully control Ryo’s Kung Fu! Shenmue III will release on PlayStation 4 and PC November 19th, 2019.

Shenmue III is the eagerly anticipated sequel to Dreamcast classics Shenmue (1999) and Shenmue II (2001). The brainchild of award-winning game director, Yu Suzuki, Shenmue set out to combine action gameplay from his arcade classic Virtua Fighter with RPG mechanics to weave a long-form epic for home consoles. Commonly known as one of the most ambitious game projects in history, Shenmue captured the imagination of players from around the world with its unique setting, intimate and cinematic character-focused story, realistic battles, and fun mini-games. Many of the features pioneered in Shenmue are now commonplace in modern games, including open world and Quick Time Event gameplay. Shenmue III was officially announced on stage at Sony’s E3 2015 press conference and simultaneously launched on crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, breaking two Guinness World Records upon raising over $6 million dollars. The game is currently in development at Yu Suzuki’s independent company, Ys Net, located in Tokyo, along with many original Shenmue team members.

Shenmue III will release on November 19th, 2019.

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