Recently, Game Informer spent a few hours hacking, slashing, and exploring their way through late 1500s Sengoku Japan at FromSoftware’s Tokyo offices. The results of this journalistic endeavor have been handily gathered and listed, so you can further your Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice knowledge. Links are below:
Check out Game Informer Magazine’s epic cover art, showcasing the Shinobi protagonist.
Your prosthetic-armed swordsman can be tailored to your playstyle in a number of ways. Here’s how!
A brief tour of the Dilapidated Temple, where you gather your wits, useful items, and speak to The Sculptor.
Listen to the GI crew talk about their time with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (starting at the 4:40 minute mark).
Gameplay footage from an area known as Hirata Estates; a flashback event that sets the stage for the main game.
Find out how FromSoftware tweaked every combat and boss encounter around The Wolf’s equipment sets.
For a deeper dive into the game’s incredible combat system, check out this interview with lead game designer Masaru Yamamura.
Beauty. Death. Decay: Find out how Sekiro’s feudal Japan setting influenced the way this story is told.
Got previous experience with the gameplay of FromSoftware’s games? Then check out some of the similarities and differences you can expect.
Learn more about the world of Sekiro from lead concept designer Tetsu Takahashi and graphics engineer Takasuke Ando.
Learn the themes and instruments music composer Yuka Kitamura focuses on as she creates the game’s soundscapes.
After he won the Lifetime Achievement award at last year’s Golden Joysticks, Hidetaka Miyazaki has some wise words to impart.
Lead game designer Masaru Yamamura talks us through the balance of crafting a more accessible but challenging adventure.
Game Director and Company President Hidetaka Miyazaki sat down with Game Informer for an extensive interview. This is that interview.
How did Activision’s relationship with the premiere Japanese developer come about? Find out here.
Don’t forget to check back with the Activision Games Blog regularly as we reveal more information. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is available on March 22, 2019, for PlayStation®4, Xbox One, and PC. Pre-order it here… and remember: Take Revenge. Restore your Honor. Kill Ingeniously.