Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice announced on March 22, 2019 and we are already ready to die again and again. From Software, for two of you who are not aware, is the developer behind extremely difficult, yet fair, soul games and Bloodborne. Unlike the second title, Sekire announces Activision and will release it on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. There is no exclusivity here, and that's great, because if Shakira's story turns up: Shadows Die Twice, that's something that needs to pass (it gave me horrors this morning), the game should be on everyone's favorite list.
Before we get to the trailer, remember that you still have time to enter the competition above, so go ahead and enter now because Sekino: Shadows Die Twice The PS4 Pro console is probably the best console ever and there are only 40 of them in the world.
Now, in the story of the launch of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (embedded at the bottom of this article), which shows some extremely intense fighting that will require lightning reflexes, as well as some interesting and mysterious notions that tell the protagonist's protagonist's character.
For those who do not know, Sekiro deviates from Soulsborne games in many ways. There is no multiplayer, you can not customize your character and you can die and come back once again, directly in the fight to surprise your enemies. It also has an interesting poetry mechanism, where if you break the enemy's readiness, you can deliver an instant, fatal blow. Your main weapon is katana and will remain your weapon for the entire game, while the "armed wolf" you play with can still get XP, will not increase the character's stats, but instead you will unlock new skills. Then there is a prosthetic arm that you can use with multiple gadgets to move environments and take down enemies in creative ways.
This means that you will have to master katana as a true shinobi, in order to survive and agriculture will not give the player such a clear advantage. As a fan of Soulsborne, this makes me very excited and gave me a fever while watching a trailer for launching the Shadows Die Twice, as the game with all these new mechanics could be the biggest challenge of the software to date.
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Everything in the trailer just looks so fluid and polished, which means it's likely to have that mantra of "tough, but fair", which we know and want from the titles of Soulsborne.
Check out Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and then tell us what you think in the comments section.
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