Coming as a typical action RPG game Souls style with a high level of difficulty. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice was even expected to be more difficult than Dark Souls and Bloodborne. After showing the appearance of gameplay that looks cool and promising at E3 2018. This time Activision and From Software again shared a myriad of the latest information about the concept carried by the game.
The main premise of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a unique and more brutal action RPG playing experience. Taking a background in 1500 in the Sengoku era. Which is filled with bloody conflicts, the player will act as a knight in his adventure to save the master who was dropped from his throne. In addition to utilizing combat abilities that are more varied and adapted to the type of enemy. Players can also use special abilities like a shinobi. One is to modify the mechanical arm that can be used to make shields or grappling hooks.
As additional information, there is also a sales package in the form of a Collector’s Edition that is announced. Some of the interesting content it offers itself starts from the physical coffee of the game. Shinobi action figures, cool Steelbooks, Artbooks, Maps, digital soundtracks and three gold coin replicas. Visitors attending the 2018 Gamescom from August 21 to 25 also had the opportunity to play the demo.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice itself is planned to be released on March 22, 2019, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Along with the latest information, From Software also released the latest collection of screenshots that you can see below.