Rumor: Shenmue 1 & 2 Pack for PS4 and Xbox One Possibly Leaked By Multiple Retailers

A Shenmue 1 & 2 Pack has been possibly leaked for both PS4 and Xbox One by a bunch of different Eastern European retailers.

on September 10, 2017 12:23 PM

Just like the Bayonetta and Vanquish Pack we reported about earlier today, a possible Shenmue 1 & 2 Pack has possibly been leaked by multiple Eastern European retailers.

The package appeared on the site of the Czech retailer Alza (and its English version), and on those of the Slovak retailers Heureka, GetGame and MadGamer. All retailers list both a PS4 and a Xbox One as platforms for the release.

None of the sites provides additional information, but the similarity between their locations seems to indicate that a local distributor may have sent them information too early, or with an erroneous embargo.

Only GetGame has a generic “2017” release window. Heureka and GetGame list €49,99 as the price, while MadGamer lists €59.90, but those are very possibly placeholders.

At the moment Sega has not commented about the possible leak, so we should consider this a rumor until an official announcement is made. This kind of thing should always be considered with a hefty grain of salt, so do keep expectations in check until further notice.

Born from the mind of Yu Suzuki, Shenmue originally released in 1999 on Dreamcast, while Shenmue II launched in 2001 on the same console, and made the jump to the original Xbox in 2002.

Possible remasters have been rumored and teased for a while, and Suzuki-san himself is currently working independently from Sega on the third game of the series, aptly titled Shenmue III, following a successful Kickstarter campaign.

 /  Executive News Editor
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