Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Toy Story Mod Brings Sheriff Woody To Life (VIDEO)
The release of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice earlier this year continued the tradition of difficult FromSoftware games whose challenging gameplay invites players for more brutal quarrels. The game has especially been known this year for being a popular subject for modders, who have brought unexpected characters to the title such as Shrek and Thomas the Tank Engine. This year also saw a similar emotionally challenging and draining experience in the form of Toy Story 4. To celebrate this release, one modder has created a new Toy Story mod that brings Sheriff Woody to feudal Japan.
Modder Huckpie on NexusMods recently released their Toy Story mod for Sekiro to the public. The mod replaces the traditional player skin with that of none other than the rootin’ tootinest cowboy around, Sheriff Woody. Given Woody’s slender ragdoll frame, it doesn’t seem out of the realm of possibility for him to execute proper katana forms, given the proper training.
As to why Woody was chosen to be modded, Huckpie says “My cousin and I have just watched Toy Story 4 at the local theatre lately, and since there’s been some videos of Sekiro being modded with funny meme mods I decided to join in on the fun. I used Drop0ff’s Carl Johnson mod as a basis and worked my way from there.” So, it seems that in Woody’s bloodthirsty warrior soul lies the heart of a virtuous cop underneath. Hopefully, Woody’s gory kills are for the good of Bonnie and the other toys. It would be a shame for Woody to suffer and find snakes in his boot twice.
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