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Steam pre-orders for Harebrained Schemes’ tactical RPG Shadowrun Returns are now open.

As usual, Steam is offering a 10% discount on pre-orders, knocking Shadowrun down to $17.99. There’s also a Digital Deluxe Edition available for $31.99 (normally $35). The Deluxe Edition comes with the soundtrack and the Shadowrun Returns Anthology, an illustrated collection of short stories in PDF format put together by Shadowrun creator Jordon Weisman.

Shadowrun Returns is set to launch on Windows PC and Mac in July. A Linux version is expected to release later. The title came together after a successful Kickstarter campaign in which developer Harebrained Schemes raised over $1.8 million dollars, the bulk of which was poured directly into development costs (with the remainder allocated to fees and licensing).

Shadowrun Returns Available for Pre-Order on Steam

By | 05/1/2013 12:25 PM PT

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Steam pre-orders for Harebrained Schemes’ tactical RPG Shadowrun Returns are now open.

As usual, Steam is offering a 10% discount on pre-orders, knocking Shadowrun down to $17.99. There’s also a Digital Deluxe Edition available for $31.99 (normally $35). The Deluxe Edition comes with the soundtrack and the Shadowrun Returns Anthology, an illustrated collection of short stories in PDF format put together by Shadowrun creator Jordon Weisman.

Shadowrun Returns is set to launch on Windows PC and Mac in July. A Linux version is expected to release later. The title came together after a successful Kickstarter campaign in which developer Harebrained Schemes raised over $1.8 million dollars, the bulk of which was poured directly into development costs (with the remainder allocated to fees and licensing).

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