Shenmue I & II Pre-Orders Now Available on Amazon and More

If you want to pre-order the physical console versions of Shenmue I & II, they're now available for pre-order on Amazon and more.

April 24, 2018

Today the pre-orders for the console version of Shenmue I & II have gone live on Amazon on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.

If you want the North American PS4 version, you can grab it on Amazon for $29.00, while the Xbox One version still isn’t available for pre-order on the retail giant’s site. On the other hand, both versions are available at GameStop (PS4/Xbox One).

If you’re in the UK, the game is available on the local branch of Amazon for PS4 and for Xbox One for £29.99.

If you prefer the Steam version, the page is already open and has been for a few days, but pre-orders are not available just yet.

Shenmue I & II will launch for PS4, Xbox One, and PC this year. In Japan, it will be a PS4 exclusive. For the moment, the retailers mentioned above included no firm release date besides the usual December 31st placeholder.

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If you want to see more of Shenmue I & II, you can check out a few screenshots and the original announcement. You can also listen to the second episode of our Weebcast, where we talk extensively about it.

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