Sit back, relax and check out this insanely skillful Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice short film by TheParryGod
Even though FromSoftware’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has been out for over three months now, the title still manages to stay in the news and rightly so. The hard-hitting and notoriously difficult game sold over 2 million copies worldwide across PS4, Xbox One, and PC in fewer than 10 days after release. Players of the title were captivated by the story-line and intrigued by the steep learning curve that only heightened their desire to come back for more; time and time again.
Over on YouTube, one of these devoted fans who goes by the name of has stitched together a remarkable short film that showcases the beautiful scenery and lore of the action-adventure game that features Wolf, a highly skilled shinobi who serves Kuro, the Divine Heir. We witness the fluid transition between shots that seamlessly flow into the next including the wonderful timing of the dialogues and monologues, you’d almost be mistaken that you were watching a trailer for an upcoming movie it’s that well done.
TheParryGod uses the popular OBS to record this short film, Vegas Pro 14 and Photoshop to craft those clever edits, and Cheat Engine, Sekiro Fps Unlock and ReShade for all other creative elements that bring Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice to life – right in front of our eyes. If this doesn’t inspire some Hollywood studio to get moving on a Sekiro movie or maybe even follow into the same light as The Witcher, then I’m not sure what will!
You can check out the entirety of the film below and enjoy it to it’s fullest. If you have yet to play Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, you can go ahead and pick up the title over on Amazon right now. If you’re still in two minds whether you should indeed pick Sekiro up, our 9/10 review on the title may help make your mind up.
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