From the software "Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice" comes to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 22, 2019, publisher Activision announced in Gamescom on Monday.
From Software unveiled "Sekiro" during E3 in June. It is a third person action-adventure game with some role-playing elements. It is in the dark fantasy aesthetics of From Software's "Soulsborne" titles for a Japanese setting. It is also more historically centered than the developer's previous work. It tells the story of a warrior trying to save his lord and gain revenge on an arc nemesis. The warrior has only one arm and apparently uses prosthetic tools to unlock new actions, giving players more opportunities to defeat enemies during battle.
"Thanks to the protagonist being part of history, the beginning of the game is probably easier to understand than our previous games," said Miyazaki in a recent interview on PlayStation Blog. "There are many cool new things that I look forward to the fans enjoy. Especially the new story format, or at least the fact that the protagonist is a big deal in history. The new ways to explore the world and the new way you will be More
"Sekiro" can be played for the first time ever in Gamescom this week. View participants can check out some of the nuclear fights, the resurrection mechanic, Shinobi Prosthetic and more.
"We can not wait for fans to finally take care of" Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, "said Steve Young, chief income in Activision." Fans will get a taste of the many tools available for the prosthetic shinobi- arm this week on Gamescom and will be able to dive fully into the brutal dark world of the 16th century Sengoku Japan when the game launches March 22, 2019. "
Additionally, Activision said that digital pre-orders are available as of Today in select markets. The Collector Edition is now available for pre-order and includes the entire game, a 7-inch Shinobi statue, a steelbook, a collectible artbook, a map, digital audio track and replica games coins. 19659009]