No phantom menaces
From Software has designed its new game, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, to be entirely offline. It’s a single-player experience through and through.
In a hands-off E3 demo with From Software and Activision, From Software confirmed that Sekiro was designed from the beginning to only have a single-player aspect. There is no online component.
That’s a significant departure from the developer’s Souls titles and Bloodborne. In those games, players can invade other people’s worlds and fight one another in a PvP aspect. Also, players can summon others to help them get through boss fights, which is essentially a PvE cooperative mode.
But not for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. You’ll have to get through this one on your own when it releases in early 2019.
For more details on Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, check out our recent preview stemming from our E3 appointment.