Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Gets a Game of The Year Edition with New Update

FromSoftware developed a new action game that Activision published earlier this year. The game, named Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, follows the “one-armed wolf”, a disgraced and disfigured warrior rescued from the brink of death.  The protagonist has a single goal, to protect a young lord who is the descendant of an ancient bloodline. The storyline makes it one of the most interesting action-adventure games in the market. The game boasts of a large player base. And with a big player base, comes a lot of demands.

FromSoftware is ready to deliver a few of these demands with the launch of a Game of the Year Edition. The free update will arrive on October 28,  10 AM PT.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice update adds new modes and skins

The developers had announced the updates way back in July. The patch is finally here and while it’s not quite a big update, it does bring some interesting additions. Firstly, there will new skins for the protagonist that players can unlock. Secondly, the developers have added a new game mode called ‘Boss Rush’, where players can fight any of the game’s bosses and put their abilities to test.

A lot of fans have admitted that the game is quite difficult to conquer. Some even agree that ‘hard’ is an understatement. Naturally, a lot of times players can’t figure out how to get the moves and actions right. The game’s latest feature will now make this much easier.

The final and the most significant part of the update is player recordings. Players can record up to 30 seconds of their successful actions and upload them. These will appear as ghosts when others find it difficult to solve a situation. Therefore, players can copy the ghost and complete levels that they were stuck on. The feature has made the game so much more interesting for a lot of players.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is available on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Players can purchase the game from the official website and will receive a free update with the GOTY edition.

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