Shadow Warrior slices onto Xbox One and PS4 in late September

Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are getting some Wang when Shadow Warrior hits the next-gen consoles in late September.


Lo Wang isn't done cutting up his enemies just yet. Devolver Digital and Majesco Entertainment have revealed that Shadow Warrior will indeed make its next-gen console debut this year, narrowing its release to late September.

Devolver Digital released the announcement on their website, noting that Shadow Warrior will be available both digitally and at retail. Shadow Warrior was developed by Flying Wild Hog, re-telling the story of a re-imagined Lo Wang, who must forge forward with a legendary sword and his array of firearms to banish demons back to their realm.

If it sticks to this release window, the console version would come roughly one year after Shadow Warrior first released on PC. With that in mind, Devolver Digital is aiming for a slightly-friendlier $39.99 price point for both versions.

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