Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Announced by From Software

Shadows Die Twice

Shadows Die Twice

FromSoftware revealed Sekiro Shadows Die Twice during this Microsoft's E3 conference with a new trailer that fully revealed the game and its gameplay with a release timeframe projected for 2019.

Sekiro is set in Japan in the late 1500s Sengoku period - a time of social upheaval and near-constant military conflict as the power of the central shogunate waned, and regional daimyos rose up to fill the vacuum. Yes, that's the bony, bloody contraption shown in Sekiro's original teaser trailer from The Game Awards 2017. The trailer description explains this limb and some "powerful ninja abilities" will comprise your arsenal as you "carve your own clever path to vengeance". And what appears to be a big ass snake. FromSoftware has repeatedly said that there were no plans for any more sequels to the developer's hit series at the moment be it Bloodborne or Dark Souls, but that didn't stop the die-hard fans from hoping for a surprise announcement regardless.


The newest game by FromSoftware is Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. "We can't wait for everyone to discover what's in store for the game". Pre-orders are available for the game now at select retailers for $59.99. We'll surely have more to report on Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice as details trickle out over the course of E3.

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