Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Launch Trailer Is Out And Boy Is It Riveting

We are now in the final stretch of days before the official release of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. This is not a drill people, it’s really happening. What better way to prepare ourselves than to watch this Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Launch trailer right?

I haven’t seen a launch trailer this cool since the Spider-Man Ps4 Be Greater trailer!

Sekiro is the latest endeavor of From Software which takes us to the time of Feudal Japan. Playing as a ronin with a prosthetic arm, get ready for what’s being sold as the toughest game From Software has made yet. Yes, we’re about to play a game that’s harder than Dark Souls and Bloodborne. Definitely purchase a bottle of lubricant because Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is not going to hold back.

Don’t expect your old Dark Souls tactics and strategies to work either. Sekiro will be tweaking the traditional boss formula that we were once used to. You can’t expect to simply do what you did before.

The only thing you’ll be doing in Sekiro that you’ve already done in the SoulsBorne series is either winning or dying. I’d rather be on the winning side if I were you.

Don’t expect to get help from your buddies either, Sekiro will not be having any form of co-op whatsoever. This is a good thing since it allows From Software to be as creative as they’d like to with their boss fights.

As always, the company yet again delivers on the aspect of story telling as seen in this trailer here. You can expect the lore to once again be tucked away in the game. Left around as clues for players to dig up and form their own interpretations of the game’s plot. Maybe there’s even something in this Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice launch trailer.

You best also get a durable controller to endure the inevitable rage and frustration the game will probably make us all experience. Though one thing that will slightly soften the blow, perhaps the most important feature From Software has ever added. The game has a pause button!

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice releases by the end of March on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Get your copies while you can. Mine’s already on the way thanks to a special somebody.