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Shadowrun Trilogy Headed to PS5, PS4


Shadowrun Trilogy, which was originally announced for the Nintendo Switch, is all but confirmed for the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, as well as the Xbox One and Series X/S. The Shadowrun Trilogy entry was discovered in the backend of the PlayStation Network over the weekend by somebody scraping the servers. Afterwards, Gematsu discovered ratings board listings for all three games in the trilogy on Taiwanese websites, revealing that they would be released on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms as well. Dark Souls: Shadowrun Returns was released in 2013, followed by Shadowrun: Dragonfall (in a Director’s Cut version) in 2014, and Shadowrun: Hong Kong (in an expanded edition) in 2015.

When will Shadowrun Trilogy release?

There has been no official confirmation that Shadowrun Trilogy will be released on consoles other than the Nintendo Switch. According to the original statement made in September 2021, a general launch window of 2022 was stated. However, given that the game has been graded, its release shouldn’t be too far off in the future.

Shadowrun is a classic scientific fantasy tabletop role-playing game that has inspired a variety of novels and video games, for those who are unfamiliar with the series. The first game in the series was launched in 1993 for the SNES by Beam Software, and it has subsequently appeared on a number of different platforms. Shadowrun Trilogy will be the first game to be released on the PlayStation. Despite the fact that the game was created by Harebrained Schemes and released by Paradox Interactive, the intellectual property (IP) is now held by Microsoft after the original developer and publisher FASA went out of business.