If you have a particular passion for Japan’s warring states period and dramatically spurting blood, then maybe Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will be right up your alley.
Following a shinobi who’s lost his arm after his lord was kidnapped and finds it subsequently replaced by a prosthetic, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an action role-playing game that’s set for release on March 22, 2019.
Developed by FromSoftware (which you may recognise for their Soul franchise), fans in Singapore may be happy to know that the region will be getting the Collector’s Edition with an SRP of S$159.90.
For those particularly enthusiastic about FromSoftware’s upcoming release, the Collector’s Edition will come with:
- An 18cm Shinobi statue
- An art book book
- A map
- A steelbook
- Replica game coins
- The digital soundtrack
The physical version and digital download version are priced respectively at S$69.90 and S$64.90, and initial purchase bonuses will include Digital Art Works and an Original Mini Soundtrack.
It seems like fairly typical fare for a Collector’s Edition, but nevertheless, we’re looking forward to the dark, broody one-armed wolf that’s Sekiro, as he fights his way back to his lord come March 22, 2019, on Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
JoYFQ is a Gryffindor who distracts herself from the pitfalls of capitalism and hegemonic representations by reading fanfiction. Has surprisingly good RNG luck in games. Probably just jinxed herself.