According to a rumor Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is receiving an anime adaptation as per a tweet posted by a popular leaker. This massively popular videogame title is known for its difficult boss fights and fluid game mechanics. Many players refer to Sekiro as the “perfect game”.
The rumor comes from oecuf, an anonymous anime influencer. Known for their mysterious teasers, oecuf recently got the fandom buzzing by posting a series of emojis teasing a new show. The page recently stated that sources have informed the team that Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will be adapted into an anime. Of course, nothing official has been announced about the project, so fans are still ecstatic about the prospect of this adaptation.
If you want to play Sekiro, it is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
FromSoftware’s games are highly praised for their intricate and captivating lore, which, along with fluid gameplay mechanics, contributes to an immersive experience in action role-playing and action-adventure genres. Moreover, the game’s setting holds great potential for an anime adaptation, given the popularity of samurai and shinobi themes in anime. With Sekiro’s enjoyable lore, it becomes an excellent source material for adaptation.
Sekiro has garnered an immense and fiercely loyal fanbase. These dedicated fans have demonstrated their unwavering support for the studio across various social media platforms and forums. If the anime adaptation is officially announced and the studio remains true to the source material, employing faithful 2D animation, the series is bound to achieve resounding success.
During the Sengoku Era, a turbulent period in Japanese history marked by military conflict and social upheaval, warlords fought relentlessly for power and land. This era, often referred to as the Middle Ages, created a medieval-like setting where ancient and mystical elements coexisted.
In the late 1500s, Japan was engulfed in ongoing warfare. Isshin Ashina, a skilled swordsman, seized control of the Ashina region through a violent coup. His victory over General Tamura hinted at the possibility of the war finally coming to an end.
Amidst the aftermath of the decisive battle, the master shinobi Owl encountered a young child. Impressed by the child’s resilience when faced with danger, Owl adopted him as his own son and named him “Wolf.” Over the course of twenty years, Owl trained Wolf in the ways of the shinobi, assigning him the duty of safeguarding his new master, Kuro, a child descended from an ancient and mystical bloodline. Before departing, Owl emphasized the shinobi iron code to Wolf: his father’s rule is absolute, his master’s rule is second only to that, and in the event of his master being kidnapped or threatened, Wolf must protect and retrieve him at any cost.
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