Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an action-adventure video game by , developed by , , and .

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PlayStation on Monday, March 18, 2019 released the trailer:
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What is Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice about?

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an action-adventure game played from a third-person view. Compared to FromSoftware's own Souls series, the game features fewer role-playing elements, lacking character creation and the ability to level up a variety of stats, as well as having no multiplayer elements. It does, however, include gear upgrading, a skill tree, and limited ability customization. Rather than attacking to whittle an enemy's health points, combat in Sekiro revolves around using a katana to attack their posture and balance instead, which eventually leads to an opening that allows for a single killing blow.
The game also features stealth elements, allowing players to immediately eliminate some enemies if they can get in range undetected. In addition, the player character has the ability to use various tools to assist with combat and exploration, such as a grappling hook. If the player character dies, they have the option of being revived on the spot if they have resurrection power, which is restored by defeating enemies, instead of respawning at earlier checkpoints.
Sekiro is set in a re-imagined Japan during the late 16th century Sengoku period, where warlord Isshin Ashina has staged a coup and seized control of the land of Ashina. During this time, a nameless orphan is adopted by the wandering shinobi named Ukonzaemon Usui, known to many as "Owl," who named the boy "Wolf" and trained him in the ways of the shinobi. Two decades later, the Ashina are on the brink of collapse due to the now elderly Isshin falling ill and the clan's enemies steadily closing in. Desperate to save his clan, Isshin's adoptive grandson Genichiro sought the Divine Heir Kuro so he could use the boy's "Dragon Heritage" to create an immortal army. Wolf, now a full fledged shinobi and Kuro's personal bodyguard, loses his left arm while failing to stop Genichiro.
Having received the dragon's blood from Kuro, Wolf survives and is brought to an abandoned temple to recuperate by a Sculptor; a former shinobi named Sekijo who now carves Buddha statues. Armed with a Shinobi Prosthetic, Wolf assaults Ashina Castle and confronts Genichiro again, defeating him, although the latter is able to survive as he had drunk a concentrated part of the rejuvenating waters, the rejuvenating sediment, and flees. As Wolf rescues Kuro, the two are given the opportunity to flee Ashina forever, though Kuro instead decides to stay and perform the "Immortal Severance" ritual, which would remove his Dragon Heritage and prevent anybody else from fighting over him to obtain immortality. Wolf reluctantly agrees to help Kuro and sets out to collect all of the necessary components for the ritual, including a special sword that can kill immortals known as the Mortal Blade. During his quest, Wolf crosses paths with Isshin Ashina, who gives him a new name: Sekiro; the "one-armed wolf.

When is Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice released?

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice was scheduled to be released on March 21, 2019, on March 22, 2019 (worldwide) and in 2020 by Activision FromSoftware (JP).

What are Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice game specifications?

It is a single-player video game.

This video game is available for the following platforms: PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox One and Stadia.

The game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is rated with M rating and PEGI 18 rating.

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