FromSoftware Release Launch Trailer for Sekiro Shadows Die Twice

FromSoftware Release Launch Trailer for Sekiro Shadows Die Twice

Gearing up to the release of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, FromSoftware’s latest IP, they share a launch trailer showing off the combat, storyline and more.

FromSoftware Release Launch Trailer for Sekiro Shadows Die Twice

The developer FromSoftware are counting down to the release of their Shinobi inspired action game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. In the run up to its release, they have been sharing trailers highlighting some of the deadly bosses as well as enemies that players will face. These trailers have included the ferocious Great SerpentThe Chained OgreLady Butterfly and General Tenzen Yamauchi.

Players will have to come up with strategies to beat the different adversaries, while being wary of combat features including Posture which depletes as you strike your foes as well as perform finishers. If you want to know more about combat you can find out more in our Sekiro Gameplay And Hands-On Gameplay And Impressions.

Now they have released the launch trailer that stylishly puts together combat, finishers and a peek at the storyline. Not only seeing new foes and their environments, but also a glimpse of Sekiro’s master The Prince, the one he must protect at all costs. It even features the “One-armed Wolf” appearing to die after a final blow, but is resurrected, depicting the tag line “rise from every fall”.

Check out the full launch trailer below:

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will be releasing on March 22nd 2019 on Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC.


If you’re looking for more Sekiro content be sure to read our 10 Things I Want From Sekiro Shadows Die Twice, After Dark Souls as well as news about Balance, New IP and More FromSoftware. Learn about Two Unannounced Games From have yet to share. You can also check out our Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice wiki as we will be adding more info as it is released.

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