The death screen of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice can now be replaced with director Hidetaka Miyazaki’s smile with a new PC mod. Thanks to the modders, Miyazaki will now taunt you with a creepy smile every single time you die.
Death Screen – Miyazaki’s Smile is a mod is created by “Ashina No Nanashi.” It’s very self-explanatory as it just replaces the death screen with Miyazaki’s Smile. It also replaces the red screen text with “計画通り” which translates into “Just As Planned”, a well-known Japanese catchphrase from “Death Note.”
Interested folks can grab the new death screen mod from Nexus Mods. This mod is not a first of its kind as many other death screen mods are also available in order to make you smile at your failures.
Those who are tired of dying more than twice in Sekiro Shadows Die Twice can now rest easy as there’s an easy difficulty mod now available. It’s worth having since FromSoftware is not going to make it happen officially. The difficulty mod comes with a variety of different options that are not available originally in the game.
To make it easy for you, the mod will slow down bosses/enemies in the game so you can counter or deflect attacks easily while maintaining your character’s original movement speed. It’s exactly the mod being demanded by the fans from the creator of Dark Souls. Maybe FromSoftware will get inspired by it and bring easy difficulty as an option to the players on consoles who can’t use mods.
Other features of the mod bring different graphics options to the game. It includes an option to unlock frame rates in Sekiro, various field of view (FOV) options, and a statistics screen to show death/kill count for hardcore players. The easy difficulty mod will come in very handy to defeat a boss like Genichiro Ashina.
However, some players don’t want to use such mods or require easy difficulty at all. Like a Twitch streamer who finished the game in just 52 minutes. Miyazaki has made Sekiro ass kicking for a reason and that’s to make players enjoy the game and get better at it. The game wants you to learn and adapt from your mistakes, which is the advice you need in order to progress in the game.
Sekiro Shadows Die Twice published by Activision is now available to play on Xbox One, PC and Sony’s PlayStation 4.