Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Gets an (Unofficial) Easy Mode
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Will get an (Unofficial) Simple Mode
A PC mod for Sekiro makes the sport simpler.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is the most recent recreation from FromSoftware, launched to common acclaim (you possibly can learn our evaluation right here) and what appears to be sturdy gross sales.
The sport, nonetheless, has additionally rekindled a dialogue about issue choices in video video games. Sekiro has been famous for its unforgiving issue with no simple mode, very similar to its quasi-predecessors within the Darkish Souls lineage of video games. However in contrast to these video games, which featured on-line co-op options that allowed gamers to depart useful messages or outright staff up with others to beat troublesome sections, Sekiro is a purely single-player expertise with no on-line element. This has given rise to debate from many corners of the trade about whether or not the sport (and by extension video games as an entire) has a difficulty with accessibility, notably to these with disabilities.
No matter which facet of the talk you fall on, these wanting a better time have a little bit of aid with a just lately launched mod for the PC model of the sport. It slows down the participant and pace of the sport, permitting gamers a better time for blocking and parrying, which is the essence of the sport’s fast-paced gameplay.
The mod additionally provides a number of different options, together with FOV sliders, unlocked framerate, assist for 21/9 widescreen displays, and a number of different stuff. You possibly can learn extra about it and obtain it right here.
These struggling on consoles sadly gained’t have entry to the mod, however you possibly can try our online game ideas part stuffed with useful hints on the sport and guides for bosses. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is accessible now on PlayStation four, Xbox One, and PC.