Shenmue III is coming in 2019 now, as if we're shocked


Suzuki provided a heartfelt update to the KickStarter supporters over on the official page, noting, "To all of our backers, we are very sorry for the delay".

Deep Silver, the company publishing Shenmue III, recently announced that the sequel will not be coming out this year. "We can not thank you enough for your enduring support". Unsurprisingly, Shenmue 3 has been delayed once again, this time from an unspecified time this year to an unspecified time in 2019.

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It's unknown whether the delay was due to any one specific issue with development, although Deep Silver did receive criticism after a 2018 teaser trailer featured some characters with faces that seemed incapable of emoting. The scope of these games often extend far beyond what was initially imagined, especially when they smash their goals and in the case of Shenmue III, smash Kickstarter records.

This is a bit of a setback considering that the game has been in and out of development over the last decade. People were ecstatic for a third game to be released, all of which is being funded through Kickstarter.

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This is mostly for the sake of polishing the game even further. Deep Silver has now confirmed this, with it now being scheduled for the broad release window of 2019.

When you consider the fact that for many years, fans thought Shenmue 3 was never going to happen, and we have an audience that has become accustomed to waiting.

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