From Software's mysterious "Shadows Die Twice" project was officially unveiled today live on-stage at Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference. During The Game Awards last December, we got a tantalizing teaser. We don't typically see as many characters and VO at once in Souls games, so I'm curious to see how (if) From goes all in on narrative this time around. It's perhaps unsurprising then that Sekiro looks a bit like a samurai Souls game.
The game takes place in a Japanese setting, and will have players take control of a samurai.
It's being published by Activision and it is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC, though it made its debut during the Xbox conference at E3. In a 4chan thread that's now been deleted, a self-named leaker said that they had information on FromSoftware's game that listed details such as the use of a grappling hook. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will be immediately familiar to those who have played From Software's past action games, but unique in ways that should entice fans both new and old.
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