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Sekiro: Game of the Year Edition Announced

From Software will be launching Sekiro: Game of the Year Edition and free content update on October 28, 2020.

A widely popular sleeper-hit of last year, action-adventure game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice by developer From Software and publisher Activision has won over universal acclaim and multiple awards on launch, including "Game of the Year".

From Software announced to add new gameplay and social features for Sekiro via a free update on October 28, 2020. At the same day, Sekiro: Game of the Year Edition will be released globally over PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms.

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Sekiro: Game of the Year Edition Announced


Sekiro: GOTY Edition highlights all upcoming free content update through a brand-new trailer recently.





Latest update for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice adds unlockable skins and extra challenges to keep single-player experience interesting. If story campaign was not already punishing enough, there are some new changes and tweaks to explore.

For example, you can engage against bosses that you have already defeated through sculptor's idols in Gauntlets of Strength. These single-life confrontations will start over from beginning if you die and put your gameplay skills to test.


The Wolf can employ a shadow of himself using Remnants mode on their journey to record up to 30 seconds of movements. Players can share these recordings with community members by uploading short tutorial videos for guidance.

You can try out a number of outfits like "Tengu" and "Old Ashina Shinobi" skins for a change, courtesy of sculptor's idols. First two attires will be unlocked in Gauntlets mode and third one becomes available once you beat the game.

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Remnants of Recordings


Past titles by From Software are still popular among many players due to online features that were added during post-launch. Games like Bloodborne and Dark Souls has a lot of replayability even today because of additional DLC releases.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice offered an unparallel experience and sold over five million copies worldwide, despite having an "Easy Mode". However, From Software is currently busy working on Elden Ring rather than a sequel to Sekiro.

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