Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Release Date Announced, Collector's Edition Detailed
FromSoftware's upcoming ninja game is arriving sooner than you think.
By Chris Morse
It's been a busy day with Gamescom kicking off today, but FromSoftware decided to start things off on the right foot by unveiling the release date for their upcoming new game, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. In a post on their official Twitter account, the developer announced that the game would be getting a worldwide release of March 22nd, 2019. Check out the announcement below.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will be released worldwide on 22nd March, 2019. We hope you look forward to it. pic.twitter.com/VX8wQYxpMw— FROMSOFTWARE (@fromsoftware_pr) August 20, 2018
If that wasn't enough, FromSoftware also pulled back the curtain on the game's collector's edition, which will release on the same day. This particular collector's edition is impressive, featuring a limited-edition steelbook case, a 7" shinobi statue, a game map, 3 coins, a digital copy of the soundtrack, and an artbook. Here is a look at all of the bonuses.
As of the time of this article's writing, pre-orders for both editions are expected to be coming shortly. We will provide an update when we have an official price for the collector's edition, but it looks to be worth it either way, if not for that statue alone.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will arrive on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 22nd, 2018.
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