From Software’s upcoming samurai action game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has had its achievements released, and there’s a good deal to glean about the game itself. 34 different Sekiro achievements will ensure you’re likely playing the game for a long while, though probably not to the extend of the Dark Souls games.
Sekiro puts you in the role of the eponymous samurai, who is on the hunt to rescue the young lord he was guarding, who has been kidnapped by sinister forces hoping to use his blood for evil purposes. Armed with traditional weapons along with an advanced prosthetic arm, Sekiro must travel across Japan, facing off against a variety of bosses and enemies.
The Sekiro achievements haven’t given very many plot details aside from what bosses you’ll be facing, but it has given us some acknowledgement of the four endings that we’ll be able to choose from. These endings have names like “Return”, “Immortal Severance”, “Purification”, and “Shura”, though we don’t know what those involve.
Along with four different endings and all of the bosses, however, there’s also a lot of things you can do to upgrade skills and more. Ninjitsu techniques, prosthetic tools, skills, tool upgrades, and more can all be not only earned but upgraded to greater heights of utility. There’s even a “Healing gourd” item that you can upgrade, which is likely the game’s version of Dark Souls’s Estus flask.
Considering how often achievements normally spoil the plots of games, the fact that the Sekiro achievements only name bosses and general achievements and only name the endings rather than telling gamers what happens like some other games do makes this a fairly good achievement list.
You’ll be able to play Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and make your way towards getting the Sekiro achievements on Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC when the game comes out on March 22.