Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice was revealed today during the Xbox E3 2018 briefing, and it'll be published by Call of Duty and Destiny publisher Activision. This certainly looks more distinct from Dark Souls than Bloodborne, and with Dark Souls 3 moving to a more fast-paced style of combat similar to Bloodborne, From Software may be looking for a wholly original angle for its next series.
Unfortunately, the trailer Activision and FromSoftware showed during the Xbox event didn't provide a ton of detail about gameplay, other than there's loads of sword fighting, grappling hook acrobatics and some huge bosses. The trailer description explains this limb and some "powerful ninja abilities" will comprise your arsenal as you "carve your own clever path to vengeance".
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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is scheduled to be released sometime in 2019. Pre-orders are available for the game now at select retailers for $59.99. Shadows Die Twice takes players to the Sengoku period and puts them in the role of a hard-hearted shinobi on a mission to rescue his master. Keep an eye on PCGamesN for more news coming out of E3, some of which may just include further Sekiro knowledge.