Hirata Estates is without doubt one of the early locations you’ll go to in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice’s Hirata Estates is a little bit of distinctive space, each when it comes to its gameplay and it’s place in the primary story. In new gameplay footage by Game Informer, we be taught that this explicit place isn’t truly linked to the remainder of the game’s world.
That’s as a result of Hirata Estates takes place in a flashback, which the participant might want to undergo so as a perceive the connection with a specific principal character. From Software has solely tried this form of playable flashback as soon as, as a part of the recollections of the Giants in Dark Souls 2.
Though Dark Souls 2’s try was a tightly structured, cinematic degree, it seems Sekiro’s method is way more open and free kind. In reality, Game Informer notes that Hirata Estates will likely be used as a form of showcase of the game’s new core mechanics, notably with traversal, and stealth.
Both are fully new for a From Software game, so it’s essential that this space teaches gamers in regards to the prospects in fight and exploration.
Recently, we realized extra about Sekiro’s game world, in addition to its hub space.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is out March 22 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.