Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice's conceit actually seems to make some sense

by: Nicholas -
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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the latest title from From Software, hits the shelves in a few days. Like the recent releases of the developer, it's a game grounded in mystery and challenge. However, unlike those games, this time, the powers that be have given us a small window in what the game is actually about. 

Sekiro's Gameplay Overview, posted today, sheds a little light on the game's story and combat. I am not sure just how spoilery it is, but essentially, the player character (known as The Wolf) is tasked with bringing back his young master after being injured in a fight.

To do this, he attains an arsenal of tools, like his Shinobi prosthetic, to take down enemies in his quest to bring back his master at any cost. The video goes into detail on the tools the Shinobi prosthetic can use, such as an Umbrella to deflect and parry heavy attacks, a grappling hook, shuriken, and much more. Check it out below.


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