From Software's mysterious "Shadows Die Twice" project was officially unveiled today live on-stage at Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference. The trailer description explains this limb and some "powerful ninja abilities" will comprise your arsenal as you "carve your own clever path to vengeance". A third-person game with RPG elements, Shadows Die Twice is a single-player only game.
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The game takes place in a Japanese setting, and will have players take control of a samurai. Sekiro will mark a new era for From Software in more ways than one. It was long thought "Shadows Die Twice" was a codename for a possible Bloodborne sequel, turns out it's a brand new game and will be published by Activision. "Kill Ingeniously", reads FromSoftware's description of the new title. The game will also feature vertical traversal, as the warrior will be able to use a grappling hook function based on the trailer and take part in head-to-head battles. "We can't wait for everyone to discover what's in store for the game".
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It's being published by Activision and it is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC, though it made its debut during the Xbox conference at E3. It's slated for "early 2019", with a suggested retail price of $59.99.
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