Today Sony Interactive Entertainment and FromSoftware showcased an extensive batch of PS4 gameplay of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice during a stage event at Tokyo Game Show.
The gameplay starts in the same place where I played at Gamescom 2018, but there are relevant differences: first of all, I played the PC version, and this is the PS4 version. More importantly, here the game is played by Producer Robert Conkey, who is definitely a lot better than I am at the game.
Even more relevant is the fact that this time around we go a lot farther than what I was allowed to record at Gamescom, as our protagonist delves into a massive chasm and encounters a deadly giant snake. In the end, we get to see a boss battle with some interesting mechanics.
You can check it out below. If you want to see more, you can enjoy the latest trailer, and read why FromSoftware decided to make Sekiro and not a new Tenchu.
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