Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will Arriving in the Philippines on March 2019

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November 13, 2018

Sony Interactive Entertainment Hong Kong Limited Singapore Branch (SIES) announced that the English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai version of PlayStation 4 (PS4) software SEKIRO: SHADOWS DIE TWICE, developed by renowned developer FromSoftware (Demon’s Souls, Bloodborne) through a collaboration project with Activision Publishing, Inc., will be released worldwide on Friday, 22 March 2019.

SEKIRO: SHADOWS DIE TWICE is an action adventure game with RPG elements focusing on Shinobi’s solitary battles in the Sengoku Period, one of the bloodiest periods in Japanese history. The game also features exciting swordfights and various actions using a prosthetic ninja arm. In August, the game won the Best of gamescom award at Gamescom 2018, Europe’s largest gaming trade show, and garnered attention from gamers around the world.

 

The initial purchase bonus of the physical version of the standard edition and the early purchase bonus of the digital edition will both include digital art works featuring the game’s concept art and an Original Mini Soundtrack that includes in-game soundtrack. The physical edition will also come with a special package.

 

Pre-order the digital edition by 21 March 2019 to receive a PS4 original theme as a pre-order bonus.

The limited SEKIRO: SHADOWS DIE TWICE Collector’s Edition, available on 22 March 2019, will come with the following items: an 18cm statue, an art book, a map, a Steelbook, replica game coins, and the digital soundtrack.

Take Revenge. Restore your honour. Kill ingeniously.

 

Collector’s Edition (SRP) at PHP 6,199

Blu-ray Disc version (SRP) at PHP 2,799

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