Here's Some Fresh New Gameplay Footage of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Have a look at the title's overall gameplay as well as a boss battle.
By Chris Morse
Tokyo Game Show 2018 is on-going and it's been a steady trickle of new trailers and gameplay footage for a number of big titles, such as the Resident Evil 2 remake and Devil May Cry 5. FromSoftware has joined in on the fun by debuting its own new gameplay video for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, which you can watch above. This new video features over 10 minutes of new gameplay, which shows off the game's user interface as well as a boss battle with the Corrupted Monk.
PlayStation Underground hosts this demonstration and goes over the gameplay as well as some of the game's systems, such as the different kinds of enemy "rankings" there are and the various UI cues to go along with them. Also discussed are the controls, various types of blocking/dodging, and the death and resurrection mechanics.
If you're a big fan of FromSoftware games such as the Dark Souls series and Bloodborne, you are going to want to give the above video a watch and see what you're in store for in their latest game. It shows off some new areas that haven't yet been shown off so expect to see a few new sights and mechanics.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will arrive on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 22nd, 2018.
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