Director Talks About A Possible Sekiro Shadows Die Twice New Game Plus Mode

Very recently in an interview, the director at From Software shed light on Sekiro Shadows Die Twice on a new Game Plus mode and supernatural opponents.

Fans of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice know one thing for sure, the fact that his game is going to be the toughest Miyazaki game to date. So the excitement is through the roof. You know what will add to this rising excitement? Well, a news of possible Shadows Die Twice new Game Plus Mode might do the trick no?

Very recently in an interview, the director at From Software Hidetaka Miyazaki, shed light on his current most anticipated project, Sekiro Shadows Die Twice. Regarding his project, Miyazaki discussed the possibility of a new Game Plus mode and supernatural opponents.

Now during the conversation, Miyazaki although did not confirm the new game Plus mode but he did add the possibility. According to him, the studio is still working on adding it so, it is not official at the moment.

Now talking about supernatural opponents, he said that the studio wants to take a different approach to the fantastic elements this time.

He said,

“While we’ve explored more drastic fantastic elements in our previous games, we want to approach them with a little more dignity this time – maybe a little more cautiously, but rest assured, you will not only fight against humanoids, there will be some things that go beyond that Going human, even a little supernatural, hidden in this world, “

One thing that we can deduce from the director is the fact that From Software, is very much inclined towards creativity and they want to make that creative factor, more realistic as possible.

He said,”To make these fantastic, mystical or even grotesque beings even more realistic, the starting point of the game with its Sengoku era is much more realistic.”

So let’s hope for the better. That said, Sekiro Shadows Die Twice will roll out on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in 2019.

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