Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Launches Worldwide On March 22nd, 2019

Collector's edition also revealed and available for pre-order.

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Earlier today, Activision and FromSoftware announced that Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will launch worldwide on March 22nd, 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. This highly anticipated third-person action-adventure game was officially revealed during Microsoft’s E3 2018 press conference back in June and will be playable for those attending Gamescom 2018 later this week. Below are some newly released screenshots and additional details on a few features that players can expect from the game.

Sword Combat: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has a combat system measured by an intense clash of steel. Players will take command of special Sword Arts to supplement their regular attacks, and tear down enemy defenses before sealing the final blow.

Shinobi Prosthetic: Players can equip and switch between a variety of unique Prosthetic Tools to find the weakness of a formidable enemy. Also, tools such as the Grappling Hook can be utilized to bring an extra dimension to exploration and traversal throughout the world of the game.

Resurrection: Used as an opportunity for a tactical retreat or to deceive an enemy and go on the counter-offensive, this new combat strategy allows players to resurrect on the spot, even after a hasty death.

In addition to this news, Activision also announced a Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Collector’s Edition that’s available for pre-order right now at select retailers. Below is an overview of what the package includes along with an image.

Buy Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice For Xbox One

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Collector’s Edition costs $89.99 and includes the following:

  • Full Game
  • 7” Shinobi Statue
  •  SteelBook®
  • Collectible Artbook
  • Map
  • Digital Soundtrack
  • Replica Game Coins

Are any of you planning on picking up Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice early next year? Please feel free to let us know in the comments section below.

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