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With Shenmue III on track for a November release - in a new interview with US Gamer, the veteran designer revealed a bit of info regarding where the story ends. In that the game doesn't represent the final chapter in a trilogy, but instead takes us to about half-way. Or, less than that.

With series director and writer Yu Suzuki noting that after players complete the next chapter it will bring things to about the 40% mark. He went on to note and clarify that Shenmue III in terms of scope, length, and the cinematic story it tells is a full Shenmue experience. And that the team is planning to release post-launch content in the form of new quests.



And if all goes well we might get to see a Shenmue 4, 5, and 6. No doubt with the work done to bring the world and characters to life in Unreal Engine 4, this will help ease some of the development hurdles.

Shenmue III is out for PlayStation 4 and PC via the Epic Games Store on November 19.



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