The community around the Japanese video game development studio From Software is probably the group of people, that I am most proud to be a vocal part of. Especially, since I share the belief, that everyone who has willingly fought their unrelenting way through any part of the Dark Souls series deserves praise and a support group to share their experiences with.
Now, From Software has a new contender ready to hit the shelves in March 2019:
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
And apparently it’s going to be different. The developers moved away from some core parts of the highly successful Dark Souls/Bloodborne series, a risk that not all Souls veterans are happy From Software is taking. But is Sekiro really not going to be Soulslike in any way?
I played it at Gamescom 2018 and here is why you can breathe a sigh of relief: