Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Mod Provides a Unique Alternative for an “Easy Mode”
FromSoftware has a long track record of making incredibly difficult games such as the Dark Souls franchise and Bloodborne. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice follows this trend, being one of the hardest games the company has produced so far. Arguments could be made that the game would do well to include an easy mode, however it seems highly unlikely that FromSoftware would change up their formula any time soon, if at all. Thankfully, modders have taken it upon themselves to create a way to lower the difficulty for players who find the game a bit too challenging while also making it more accessible for those with disabilities.
From changing the Field of View options and offering an ultra wide display setting, to adding a stat tracker and unlocking the game’s frame rate; a new Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice utility mod aims to give players a bit of an edge throughout play. One particular addition that the mod brings is a feature that slows down the game world while maintaining the player’s movement speed. In essence, the change makes the game a little bit easier to react to for players who find some of the bosses within the title to be a bit challenging. With Sekiro being distinctly faster than the Dark Souls franchise, it makes sense that fans might like to see the game slowed down just a little.
Unfortunately since this is a mod and not an official addition to the game, players on consoles have to tough it and take on the title normally. Sekiro: shadows Die Twice is currently available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
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