From Software recently announced that their upcoming game, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, would have multiple endings along with a new game plus mode. The Sekiro endings and new game plus will likely allow you to experience every ending on a single character, though it’ll be a challenge if it’s typical From work.
Multiple different games of From Software’s, including every Dark Souls game and Bloodborne, have had not only multiple endings but a new game plus mode as well, which either started immediately or gave you the opportunity to from the game’s starting bonfire. The new game plus mode would allow you to go through the entire game again, fighting enemies and bosses that did more damage and had more health.
While the endings of Dark Souls never really got that different (at least until Dark Souls 3 where a variety of different endings were available to get), it’s likely that due to the more detailed and less vague story that Sekiro is coming with that the Sekiro endings and new game plus mechanic will allow the story to pan out in a number of different ways.
Sekiro, unlike Dark Souls, has more of a story to it, as you play a samurai whose lord has been kidnapped. Now, equipped with a versatile prosthetic, you must travel across Japan to rescue him before his blood can be used for sinister purposes. We’ve gotten to see a bit of gameplay throughout Gamescom, but who knows just what all will be included in the game?
It’ll likely be through a great many deaths that anyone will be able to experience the Sekiro endings and new game plus mode, but if you already play Dark Souls you’ve got a while to practice there before Sekiro comes out on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC on March 22 of next year.