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We’re into Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice launch week, which probably means From Software fans are sacrificing goats to the blood gods in the hope they’re about to release a stone-cold-banger of an action game.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is but two weeks away now, bringing us tantalisingly close to our first new FromSoft title in three years. There’s a bit of a buzz growing around this one, and on the evidence of this action-packed trailer there’s a good reason for that.
For those who looked deep enough, there was an impressive amount of lore and world-building in the Souls games, and Bloodborne took this to an even greater level. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice should hopefully follow in these fine footsteps, although the new story trailer for Sekiro is lot more on-the-nose than we’ve come to expect from From Software.
It's fast coming up to that time we all love - a new game from FromSoft. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice began life is a Tenchu game before twisting its own thing, becoming a fast-paced mix of the classic ninja assassin series with the brutal deliberation of Dark Souls. Expectations are sky-high for Sekiro, but are the PC system specs for Shadows Die Twice just as high? Let's find out.
An extended look at From Software’s upcoming Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has been provided by a new 12-minute PlayStation 4 gameplay trailer. All of the footage was captured on a PS4 Pro, so we can expect the PC version to look even better. Not that FromSoft is a studio famed for its visuals, but its art design is often fantastic, peaking with Bloodborne’s ominous gothic architecture.
A brand spanking new Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice gameplay trailer dropped during Sony’s pre-Tokyo Game Show PlayStation showcase. We’ve had a few peeks at Sekiro lately, including at Gamescom, although this looks to be largely new footage, including a peek at a couple of new boss fights.
From Software has revealed a big batch of screenshots from its upcoming ultra-hard hack ‘n’ slash, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Having not really checked back in on the game since the E3 2018 reveal trailer, it’s actually looking gorgeous. On a capable PC powering a 4K display, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice look fantastic.
From Software got the early portion of Microsoft’s E3 Xbox press conference going in rip-roaring fashion with the announced of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the new action game from Dark Souls and Bloodborne developer From Software.